July 24, 2017

John Kasich Wants "Concensus" on Health Care Reform

Timothy Birdnow

John Kasich shows he has never been ready for prime time.

According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:

"The Republican governor of Ohio says it would be a mistake for the Senate to move ahead on health and "force a one-sided deal that the American people are clearly against."

In a statement on Monday, Gov. John Kasich says Republicans and Democrats should work together openly to address the failings of the Obama health law and come up with a bipartisan solution.

Kasich, who sought the GOP presidential nomination last year, said the American people will come out on the losing end if Republicans try to force a vote without open dialogue and transparency."

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Pardon moi, but what the eh ee double hockey sticks does Moron John, once a good conservative, think the Democrats did when they foisted Obamacare off on the nation? The donkeys will never support any reform save single-payer aka socialized medicine, and any reform whatsoever will require a ramming down the throat of the "loyal opposition". This is what the American People want, Governor Kasich.

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