Skippa wrote:are you daft? read what voltage wrote up there.
I did. It was nonsense.
in 2000, he ran on the very idea that he's currently opposing (it has nothing to do with a public option...that issue has long been put to bed)
And? Is this actually supposed to be a point?
As a matter of fact, post the polls where most people want the public government) option.
By post the polls, I mean the question that was asked and the result.
As recently as 3 months ago, he was advocating for it. Now that it was to come up for a vote, he's does a complete 360...and all because some progressive lawmakers were a little too excited about it. The focker wants to be contrary, plain and simple. The dems should make it clear to him that there are consequences to his sabotage. They should strip him of all committee appointments
Because his own party insist on deriding him. He's reliable and votes with his conscious and what he thinks is best. Whether you agree with him or not, you can't call him corrupt.
Yes, he supported the Medicare buy 3 months ago, but it was obviously under extenuating circumstances, namely, pressure.
How is this debatable?