Charlie Daniels' Strong Words For GOP Failure

Charlie Daniels isn't one to mince words and he surely doesn't hold back when it comes to congress. He went on the record stating he's for replacing the folks letting us down over the repeal and replacement of Obamacare.

He decided to speak up after yet another failure by Congress to get this done and get the legislation passed, with them still planning on going on recess. What he has to say needs to be seen and heard, too. If our elected officials can't get it done, let's find some that will!

This isn't the first time the legendary singer/songwriter stepped forward to voice his opinion on some issues he's seeing in the country. In March he spoke out quite strongly against the so-called Sanctuary cities and their defiance of federal law.

As written for by Daniel Nussbaum:

In the wake of another failure by Congress to get a key piece of legislation passed this week, musician Charlie Daniels has a solution to help alleviate government dysfunction — throw them all out.

In a series of tweets this week, the 80-year-old “Devil Went Down to Georgia” musician blasted Congress after the Senate’s failure to advance the Republican-led repeal of the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare.

Daniels specifically called out the Senate, which he termed “a kindergarten class.”

“Ok the congress and senate we have can’t work together and have proven it,” Daniels wrote. “solution – replace them all until we find people who can.”

In another message, the country music star said he wondered what American politics would look like without politics parties: “Then politicians could serve the people instead of the party.”

Charlie Daniels Offers Solution to Congressional Dysfunction: ‘Replace Them All’

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