Moderate John McCain ‘Repulsed’

Oh well, McCain is facing a primary challenge from an even wackier wingnut, and has to descend to his level. (He only has to drop an inch or two.)

In other words, this healthcare bill is, as everything else, “good news for John McCain”!

WASHINGTON – Sen. John McCain said Monday morning that Democrats have not heard the last of the health care debate, and said he was repulsed by “all this euphoria going on.”

Appearing on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” McCain, who was President Barack Obama’s GOP rival in the 2008 presidential campaign, said that “outside the Beltway, the American people are very angry. They don’t like it, and we’re going to repeal this.”

McCain, who is in a tough Republican primary fight in his home state, said the GOP “will challenge it every place we can,” and said there will be reprisals at the polls, in Congress and in the courts.

On the cusp of succeeding where numerous past congresses and administrations have failed, jubilant House Democrats voted 219-212 to approve legislation that would extend coverage to 32 million uninsured Americans, reduce deficits and ban insurance company practices such as denying coverage to people with pre-existing medical conditions.

One thought on “Moderate John McCain ‘Repulsed’

  1. I don’t know how we could teach him the lesson but he needs to learn just how privileged he’s been his whole damn life getting his health care on the public dime. His whole damn life.

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