Which of the following Republican senatorial objections to the House healthcare plan reflects an astonishing cluelessness about the consequences of preceding, entirely voluntary Republican choices? (I wouldn't dream of dropping a hint as to the answer.)
Senator Shelley Moore Capito, Republican of West Virginia, said she was not certain that a delay in the rollback of Medicaid coverage was "enough for me." Senator Lisa Murkowski, Republican of Alaska, expressed alarm that the bill’s tax credits would not account for higher premium costs in insurance markets like hers, a largely rural state with little competition. Senator Marco Rubio, Republican of Florida, said he did not want states that took the Medicaid expansion to "get a benefit" that the states that rejected the program did not. Senator Susan Collins, Republican of Maine, said she was unhappy that the bill removed money for Planned Parenthood.