The Week: Republicans Are Done Trying to Repeal Obamacare. Maybe. Kinda. Not Really.

The Week brings us the following bizarre analysis:

After vowing to kill President Obama’s eponymous health-care law for going on four years now, Republicans appear to finally be moving on.

To be sure, the party hasn’t dropped its opposition to ObamaCare. But a shift in the way it has framed that opposition indicates that the days of “repeal or bust” are a thing of the past.

Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-Ohio) said Thursday that coming up with an ObamaCare alternative would be “one of the big issues” at the GOP’s annual policy conference this month, adding that such a proposal could come up for a vote this year.

“It’s important for us as a party, especially in an election year, to tell the people what you’re for,” he said. “We’re for getting rid of ObamaCare and replacing it with a patient-centered health-care system.”

It’s a subtle shift, but a significant one.

I’m not seeing any real shift here. Am I missing something?

(h/t Karin Riley Porter)