Let there be no doubt. I was watching Meet The Press today and wanted David Gregory to ask one of the Republican leadership a specific question. I sent the following question.
I guess I just needed to watch Chris Wallace’s interview of Mitch McConnell for him to show his utter disregard for the poor and the uninsured.The Republican Party leadership have so adopted atheist Ayn Rand’s philosophy that articulating it or its outcome simply rolls off of their tongue. Murderers would tell you it was difficult and mentally disturbing after their first murder. As they continue murdering it became easier and easier.
So it is with the Republican leadership. As they continue to spew one demonstrably evil policy after another, each new one comes with renewed comfort. America, like a cancer, these guys must all be removed from our body politic. They are a clear and present danger not only to the middle class but to the survival of this country. Stay informed!
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Mitch McConnell On 30 Million Uninsured: 'That Is Not The Issue' (VIDEO)
WASHINGTON -- Republicans have said repeatedly that the landmark health care reform law, upheld as constitutional by the Supreme Court last week, must be repealed and replaced. But the GOP leader in the U.S. Senate gave a surprising answer on "Fox News Sunday" when asked how Republicans would provide health care coverage to 30 million uninsured Americans.
"That is not the issue," Sen. Mitch McConnell said. "The question is how to go step by step to improve the American health care system. It is already the finest health care system in the world."
"Fox News Sunday" host Chris Wallace interrupted, "You don't think 30 million uninsured is an issue?"
"We're not going to turn the American health care system into a western European system," McConnell said. "That's exactly what is at the heart of Obamacare. They want to ... have the federal government take over all American health care. The federal government can't handle Medicare or Medicaid."
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