Gibbs And Reality: Polar Opposites. Not Convinced Brown Voters Wanted To Stop Health Care
Ok, let’s put this into perspective. Polls show that the Mass voters wanted to stop health care reform. Their own state is suffering under a version of government health care that has increased wait times, reduced care, and skyrocketing costs. The guy they elected made his number one issue that he WOULD stop ObamaCare.
Result: Gibbs and Obama just don’t see how this adds up to people not wanting ObamaCare. I wonder what color the sky is in the world they live in.
The White House is evaluating whether to take a breather on health care or try to push for passing legislation, but is not convinced Massachusetts voters were trying to block health insurance reform by voting last week to send Republican Scott Brown to the U.S. Senate, Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said Sunday.
Gibbs said discussions are happening now on timing and whether it is now or in a few months after Congress works on job creation.
"We’re working with leaders on Capitol Hill to try to figure out the best path forward," Gibbs told "Fox News Sunday." We don’t know what that is quite yet … The problems that existed in American health care that existed a year ago or a week ago continue today."