Need an idea of what I have been writing about with the Florida GOP?
Today on Central Florida Spotlight with Greg Warmoth,
Greg, known republican second guest was, Republican John Mika Congressmen Winter park.
John Mika was just elected to his 12th term to the Federal House of Representative.
John Mika’s, first statement on the Affordable Health Care was to tell us that Obamacare (Affordable Health Care) will not be removed by this new congress however, the GOP is still going to send a bill to President Obama to remove it?
What a waste of taxpayer money!
If the congress has no intention of doing away with the Affordable Health Care program, why spend time and money writing another bill?
The next half hour he , John Mika and Greg Warmoth pointed out floors in the program, while admitting that the president has been correcting the floors as they show up.
Wouldn’t it make sense if congress did their job from day one and helped repair and improve the system?
That after all is part of their job?
We sent them to Washington to make our lives better, not to do nothing for 6 years!
The next talk between the two was the New Veterans Hospital in Orlando Florida.
House Congressmen Republican John Mika admitted that there was many over runs in time and money but, this was to be expected?
Funny, every other hospital and building in this part of Florida, some larger than the VA Hospital, all can in on time and on budget, why not the VA?
Care to guess which congressman is in charge of overseeing the construction if the VA Hospital?
Republican John Mika Congressmen Winter park.
U.S. Rep. John Mica, R-Fla., is Greg Warmoth’s guest on “Central Florida Spotlight” at 12:30 p.m. Sunday on WFTV-Channel 9.
Mica discusses Republican victories in the House and Senate and how the majorities will work with President Barack Obama.
Mica offers updates on the new VA hospital and the troubles commuters could feel with the upcoming I-4 makeover.
Warmoth also welcomes Anne Packham, the lead health-care marketplace navigator for Central Florida. She discusses what open enrollment means for people with and without insurance and offers advice on enrolling.