Sunday, February 14, 2010

Let me ask you about health care. Is it dead?

Let me ask you about health care. Is it dead?

No. We've seen all week, Speaker Pelosi, Majority Leader Reid continuing to scheme and plot, trying to find some way to get their big government takeover of health care enacted. And so I do think they're having problems, but I think Republicans are going to continue to be vigilant in exposing this. And I think the American people need to stay engaged because I'm watching all of, all of the, the movement on the Hill. They're still trying to find a way, even after Massachusetts, the election there, they're still trying to find a way to shove this down the throats of the American people. And the American people are saying, "No, stop!" And what we need to do is scrap the big government takeover bill and let's start over. Let's start over on commonsense steps that we can do -- we can take to make our system work better.

No one in Washington thinks our current healthcare system is perfect, and certainly not Republicans. We've outlined our eight or nine ideas about how we can make it work better. But we want to preserve the best healthcare system in the world, and we don't want the government to take control of it.

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