RINO attempts to revive Obamacare

Sen. Susan Collins (RINO-Maine) is just itching to sign a health care bill. As reported in The Hill on Thursday she said: "[T]hat it is still possible for Democrats and Republicans to reach a deal on a bipartisan health care bill." She further stated: "[T]hat a deal would be contingent at White House outreach."  

"I believe that if the White House sat down with Republican leaders, that it is possible to forge a bipartisan bill," the Maine senator told reporters.

President Barack Obama pledged during his State of the Union address Wednesday night that he would not walk away from the healthcare negotiations that are currently stalled in Congress.

But Collins said that she is "a little confused because the President's speech last night seemed to be going in the other direction [of a bipartisan compromise]." [....]

Collins said a bipartisan deal would have to "concentrate on healthcare costs, small business tax credits, some insurance reforms, such as interstate sale of insurance, and some medical liability reforms, which are important to controlling costs."

A few questions immediately come to mind: Does she expect this White House to reach out to Republicans? Is it possible she is more tone deaf than Obama to the wishes of the American people?

Like the dwindling number of Americans still under Obama's spell Susan is "a little confused because the President's speech last night seemed to be going in the other direction [of a bipartisan compromise]." If Susan knew Obama's true agenda she wouldn't be "confused."

Obama is a far left ideologue who wants to
transform our health care system into something like they have in Canada or the UK. He has absolutely no interest in doing anything that might make our current system work better.

Obamacare is like a monster in a cheap horror flick. Just when you think it's dead it comes back to life.
Sen. Susan Collins (RINO-Maine) is just itching to sign a health care bill. As reported in The Hill on Thursday she said: "[T]hat it is still possible for Democrats and Republicans to reach a deal on a bipartisan health care bill." She further stated: "[T]hat a deal would be contingent at White House outreach."  

"I believe that if the White House sat down with Republican leaders, that it is possible to forge a bipartisan bill," the Maine senator told reporters.

President Barack Obama pledged during his State of the Union address Wednesday night that he would not walk away from the healthcare negotiations that are currently stalled in Congress.

But Collins said that she is "a little confused because the President's speech last night seemed to be going in the other direction [of a bipartisan compromise]." [....]

Collins said a bipartisan deal would have to "concentrate on healthcare costs, small business tax credits, some insurance reforms, such as interstate sale of insurance, and some medical liability reforms, which are important to controlling costs."

A few questions immediately come to mind: Does she expect this White House to reach out to Republicans? Is it possible she is more tone deaf than Obama to the wishes of the American people?

Like the dwindling number of Americans still under Obama's spell Susan is "a little confused because the President's speech last night seemed to be going in the other direction [of a bipartisan compromise]." If Susan knew Obama's true agenda she wouldn't be "confused."

Obama is a far left ideologue who wants to
transform our health care system into something like they have in Canada or the UK. He has absolutely no interest in doing anything that might make our current system work better.

Obamacare is like a monster in a cheap horror flick. Just when you think it's dead it comes back to life.

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