Here Mitch McConnell takes your breath away. And the Democrats own O’Care for the 2014 election season. Sound like a winning hand to you? Not a single Democrat deserves to be reelected after foisting on America the worst job-killing monster in history. America’s small business owners are being especially hard hit. And the negative economic drag of O’Care has just begun.
The President and his Democrat allies were so determined to force their vision of health care on the public that they assured them up and down that they wouldn’t lose the plans they had, that they’d save money instead of losing it, and that they’d be able to keep using the doctors and hospitals they were already using.
But of course now we know that rhetoric just doesn’t match reality.
. . . I’d probably be running for the exits too if I had supported this law.
I’d be looking to change the subject just as Senate Democrats have been doing with their threats of going nuclear and changing the Senate rules on nominations. If I were a senator from Oregon, which hasn’t enrolled a single person yet for its ObamaCare exchange, I would probably want to shift the focus too.
But here’s the problem with this latest distraction. It doesn’t distract people from ObamaCare. It reminds them of it. It reminds them of all the broken promises. It reminds them of the power grab. It reminds them of the way Democrats set up one set of rules for themselves and another for everybody else.
It’s basically the same debate.
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