Axelrod nixed selling health insurance across state lines

The Club for Growth highlights an interview of David Axelrod by Wolf Blitzer, in which the CNN correspondent presses Axelrod on why not allow health insurance to be sold across state lines. Axelrod fumbles badly, having just touted the need for competition. Making it up as he goes along, he at one point calls the change "symbolic," which is outright absurd.



His inability to offer a good reason to oppose a common sense reform that does not cost any tax dollars, and would self-evidently increase competition (something he just praised) is pathetic. Congratulations to Wolf Blitzer for exposing the weakness of the ObamaCare case.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky
The Club for Growth highlights an interview of David Axelrod by Wolf Blitzer, in which the CNN correspondent presses Axelrod on why not allow health insurance to be sold across state lines. Axelrod fumbles badly, having just touted the need for competition. Making it up as he goes along, he at one point calls the change "symbolic," which is outright absurd.



His inability to offer a good reason to oppose a common sense reform that does not cost any tax dollars, and would self-evidently increase competition (something he just praised) is pathetic. Congratulations to Wolf Blitzer for exposing the weakness of the ObamaCare case.

Hat tip: Ed Lasky