Friday, January 1, 2010

Repeal Health Reform

National Broadside has proposed that reform of the Democrats' health care bill become a focal point for the Tea Party, conservative and libertarian movements. I agree. But I can't help but wonder why the million and one other government boondoggles wouldn't serve just as well. But health care would be a good starting point. National Broadside writes of the health bill:

>"This has an unusual ability to be repealed, and the public is on that side.” he said. "The Republicans are going to have to prove that they are worthy of their votes."

>Writes Greg Sargent of Plum Line:

It’s now becoming clear that this could be a major issue for Republicans in 2010: the Tea Party movement, as well as high-profile conservatives, are going to demand that candidates call for a full repeal of the Dem health care reform bill, presuming it passes.

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