Rep. Phil Roe, R-Tenn., who attended the dinner, said the main question is what form the bill should take.But here's what they do have figured out.
“That’s the biggest hurdle,” he said. “There is a big debate going on: small ball vs. comprehensive. And I’ll just tell you right now, that has not been decided.”
One plan, according to members in the meeting, is to take the message on the road with pie charts and bar graphs explaining how GOP alternatives can supersede President Barack Obama’s law — similar to how Budget Chairman Paul D. Ryan, R-Wis., won support for his budget ideas.They don't have a plan, but they have a plan for their charts!! We know how good the GOP is with charts. Like this, the Best Chart EverTM from their 2009 budget.