Democrat Senator Admits Obamacare ‘Folly’

In Democrat, health care on March 30, 2010 at 4:02 pm

Marching in lock-step with the party has it's consequences

Before even buyer’s remorse can set in with the minority of Americans who supported the health care reform legislation, a Democrat Senator has “vote remorse”.

Gaggle via Hot Air:

A Democratic senator I can’t name, who reluctantly voted for the health-care bill out of loyalty to his party and his admiration for Barack Obama, privately complained to me that the measure was political folly, in part because of the way it goes into effect: some taxes first, most benefits later, and rate hikes by insurance companies in between…

…On the day the president signed into law the “fix-it” addendum to the massive health-care measure, two new polls show just how fearful and skeptical Americans are about the entire enterprise.  If the numbers stay where they are—and it’s not clear why they will change much between now and November—then the Democrats really are in danger of colossal losses at the polls.

  1. If you can’t name your source, then your assertions of Democratic “buyer’s remorse” on health care could be completely fabricated; which pretty much sinks the beginning of your article.

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