|US Army Rangers atop Pointe Du Hoc, June 6, 1944|
Richard Hanna, US Representative for New York's 24th District, has a pretty cushy deal going. He works indoors, travels at taxpayer expense, and pulls down $174,000 of the taxpayer's money annually. Yet, when it comes to repealing Oabamcare, the Republican from Barneveld finds the task a hassle.
For the second time in the past year and a half, and for the 33rd time overall, the House has voted to fully repeal the Affordable Care Act.
It’s likely to be dead in the water when it reaches the Democratic-led Senate, and Local Congressman Richard Hanna says it’s become tiresome to continually have the repeal brought to the floor.
Hey, Richard, you know what was really tiresome? Climbing the sheer cliff at Pointe Du Hoc under constant, deadly enemy fire, knocking out those gun positions, and taking the surviving gunners prisoner. That would really wear a guy out, but it had to be done to protect our liberty. Stop your whining, Dick.