The Senate introduced a resolution Tuesday that represents congressional Republicans’ first step toward the repeal of Obamacare. Sen. Mike Enzi introduced the resolution by the Senate Budget Committee targeting President Barack Obama’s healthcare law. Floor votes are anticipated next week, according to Politico. “Americans face skyrocketing premiums and soaring deductibles,” Enzi said, according to a statement from his office. “Insurers are withdrawing from markets across the country, leaving many families with fewer choices and less access to care than they had before — the opposite of what the law promised.” “Today, we take the first steps to repair the nation’s broken health-care system, removing Washington from the equation and putting control back where it belongs: with patients, their families and doctors,” he added. Well we are on our first stepping stone on our way to finally getting rid of the forced healthcare tax known as Obamacare. Pretty soon before you know it if this resolution being written up by the Senate passes a vote, hopefully they will hold onto voting until Trump doesn't get into office...To you know prevent a veto by Obama, but maybe if it's voted on now it will get 2/3 majority of a Senate vote to prevent an Obama veto of this resoulution that could get rid of Obamacare. Wouldn't that be hilarious America if this resolution is up for vote while Obama is still in office, and get's the number of votes to where Obama cant veto this House Resolution that could possibly get rid of Obamacare here very soon. Personally I think it's a better an safer bet if the House holds off for Trump to step in the Oval Office, so when this anti Obamacare resolution does get voted on by the House with a passing vote...It won't be threatened by a veto, because President Trump will likely sign it if this resolution against Obamacare passes.