(I am unsire as to what I can actually write in here and it not be seen as plagerisum) but here goes.... On "Face the Nation" Sunday, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said the results of Election Day meant that "People who supported us - political independents - want it repealed and replaced with something else. I think we owe it to them to try,"
Also on the program, House Majority Whip James Clyburn, D-S.C., defended the sweeping health care legislation, likening the reform with other major initiatives, like the civil rights laws of the 1960s. "The fact of the matter is what we did with health care is to make that a fundamental right of every citizen."
Clyburn suggested that McConnell and the House Republicans who say they will repeal the bill as soon as they take over the Majority leadership in January reminded him of the South's efforts to repeal landmark civil rights legislation.
Answer by Gal51 at 2:34 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
Answer by sweet-a-kins at 2:36 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
I would say few are even educated enough with the provisions on the package to make that determination 1 way or the other-
Answer by Sisteract at 2:40 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
Answer by lovinangels at 2:44 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
Answer by LeanneC at 2:44 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
To add to Sisteract's comment.. health care reform is so convoluted I'm surprised if anyone could make sense of all the mumbo jumbo
Answer by Jambo4 at 2:45 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
Answer by autodidact at 2:45 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
Answer by Jambo4 at 2:46 PM on Nov. 8, 2010
Leanne and Jambo YES- FEW are educated, even those working in the industries that will be directly involved.
Answer by Sisteract at 2:52 PM on Nov. 8, 2010