Obviously, the drama in the Senate is going to have to play out this week. Mr. McConnell has already delayed the August recess so it might even last longer. Certainly, President Donald Trump will post some more tweets criticizing Republicans for not rallying behind the legislation (most likely while revealing a distinct lack of knowledge about the proposal himself). But when the dust settles, no amount of CPR is going to animate this corpse of a bill. There simply isn't much on its pages to get Sens. Rand Paul, Susan Collins or John McCain (and probably several more) on board. There will be some upset, some finger-pointing, some gnashing of teeth. But this is where (hopefully) the phony-baloney partisan repeal-and-replace campaign ends — a crusade built on so much misinformation that quite a few Trump supporters in places like Michigan, West Virginia and Kentucky were startled to discover in recent months that the repeal meant they'd lose insurance themselves.