And the media tells us that the GOP is angry and divided?

Silvio Canto, Jr.
Terry McAuliffe won in Virginia but that's not what Senate Democrats were talking about this morning when they said "good morning" at the elevators. 

Instead, they went over to the White House and told President Obama and VP Biden what they think of the web site, their management skills and that promise to "keep their own insurance".

According to news reports, it went like this:

"The two hour meeting comes as the Obama administration and congressional Democrats work to assess the political fallout from the health care overhaul's troubled implementation.

Lawmakers passed on the frustration expressed by their constituents and the White House walked through their steps to repair the program.  

"The American people are frustrated with the White House's botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act, and I am too," said Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor, one of the chamber's most vulnerable Democrats.

"In today's meeting, I told the President and Vice President three things:

1) fix the website immediately

2) address the problems with the law and

3) hold the individuals in charge accountable for these mistakes.

I won't let up until these problems are fixed.""

The real story from Virginia's election is that ObamaCare has hit the fan and every "red state Democrat" knows that it won't be pretty defending their votes.

 

P. S. You can hear CANTO TALK here & follow me on Twitter @ scantojr.


Terry McAuliffe won in Virginia but that's not what Senate Democrats were talking about this morning when they said "good morning" at the elevators. 

Instead, they went over to the White House and told President Obama and VP Biden what they think of the web site, their management skills and that promise to "keep their own insurance".

According to news reports, it went like this:

"The two hour meeting comes as the Obama administration and congressional Democrats work to assess the political fallout from the health care overhaul's troubled implementation.

Lawmakers passed on the frustration expressed by their constituents and the White House walked through their steps to repair the program.  

"The American people are frustrated with the White House's botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act, and I am too," said Arkansas Sen. Mark Pryor, one of the chamber's most vulnerable Democrats.

"In today's meeting, I told the President and Vice President three things:

1) fix the website immediately

2) address the problems with the law and

3) hold the individuals in charge accountable for these mistakes.

I won't let up until these problems are fixed.""

The real story from Virginia's election is that ObamaCare has hit the fan and every "red state Democrat" knows that it won't be pretty defending their votes.

 

P. S. You can hear CANTO TALK here & follow me on Twitter @ scantojr.