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Civil war: MSNBC attacks Bill Clinton over Obamacare comments
« on: November 18, 2013, 01:53:33 PM »
Civil war: MSNBC attacks Bill Clinton over Obamacare comments

posted at 11:12 am on November 14, 2013 by Guy Benson



 

 
It’s ugly behind the scenes, and it’s ugly on the air.  Krystal Ball:


“If there was a way under the law that you could make this work so that people could keep the thing that they wanted to keep, he would do it,” she continued. “The problem is this whole law was designed to have as little disruption as possible. This was the minimum amount of disruption possible…Bill Clinton is basically engaging in magical thinking here,” Ball declared. “That you can just snap your fingers and say, ‘Go ahead guys. Keep what you got.’ It doesn’t work that way.”

Ah, but that’s what people were repeatedly promised — and Senate Democrats unanimously refused to address this inevitable problem in 2010.  Lots and lots of “magical thinking” going on these days, it would seem.  Ed Schultz got in on the Bubba-bashing action, too.  Delicious:

Clinton’s ‘permission slip’ interview led to the dam bursting.  Screaming about it may be cathartic for Big Ed, but it changes nothing.  Rant away, bro.

http://hotair.com/greenroom/archives/2013/11/14/civil-war-msnbc-attacks-bill-clinton-over-obamacare-comments/
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Re: Civil war: MSNBC attacks Bill Clinton over Obamacare comments
« Reply #1 on: November 18, 2013, 02:13:25 PM »
Bill set the stage for Hilary, to run with an anti-Obamacare platform. Not to get rid of it, but in some way make it more palatable to the misinformed voters.
If this happens though, the Republicans running better not forget Hilary was for the  “mandate”  before Obama was.
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Re: Civil war: MSNBC attacks Bill Clinton over Obamacare comments
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2013, 03:44:49 PM »
Bill set the stage for Hilary, to run with an anti-Obamacare platform. Not to get rid of it, but in some way make it more palatable to the misinformed voters.
If this happens though, the Republicans running better not forget Hilary was for the  “mandate”  before Obama was.


very true.  obama, of course, could really care less because he'll be laughing all the way to the bank, courtesy of his taxpayer-funded retirement, regardless of how much the democrat party vilifies him.  He might even throw in some good phrases himself.


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