Monday, March 29, 2010

An Electorate Receptive to “Repeal and Replace”

Let's apply this to incumbents as well.

The unfolding debate also comes within a certain context, one the Obama administration chooses to ignore. The public has not, contrary to the Left’s expectations, become enamored of big government in the wake of the financial meltdown. To the contrary, the bailouts and stimulus plan have engendered suspicion and contempt. The “Trust us, it’s working!” rhetoric has contributed to the public’s growing unease with governing elites.

Don't expect Obama, Pelosi, Reid or any of the Democrats in Congress to pay any attention.


Anonymous said...

Repeal and Replace? So, now Republicans are FOR government health care, but just a different one? This is a trojan horse, beware.
How about Repeal, and then work on another reform bill that reforms the insurance laws to allow for cross-state-line purchasing, and the other things we know need to fix the system, but something without a single tax increase?


Marc said...

I think that's what they're planning. We'll see.

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