Rep Tom Price (R-GA): stop blaming us for delays in your unpopular health care bill.

If you think that this is a bit long at 3:30, well, it has to be: they need a big hunk of time to let the names of all the ‘conservative’ Democrats currently unsure if they want to follow the President over the cliff of health care rationing. Via Hot Air:

Rep Price’s message was simple, as all good messages should be: this is the Democrats’ bill, and they can pass it any time that they want to. The truth is, of course, that many of the Democrats don’t actually want to – and never mind what Rahm Emanuel is sort-of-kind-of-not-really claiming about how it should clear the House next week. I will not pretend that their motives are pure, of course: most of them merely wish to keep their jobs and sinecures and junkets secure. Plus, of course, they’re raking in the money now from affected industries… which is of course their privilege, but I do have to wonder whether they’ll be taking money from the DCCC, too.

Actually, I don’t wonder. They will. And the progressives will complain, fulminate, and ultimately sit still for it, because that’s what they do.

Moe Lane

Crossposted to RedState.

2 thoughts on “Rep Tom Price (R-GA): stop blaming us for delays in your unpopular health care bill.”

  1. yeah, I don’t recall too many times where the base of the Dems sat out in protest to “send a message” like many on our side did in 2006/8.

    Kos may piss and moan, but he will ultimately toe the line.

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