Gingrey made Breitbart

Rep/ Senate Candidate Phil Gingrey had an editorial up on Breitbart today. It was an editorial about Obamacare. Here’s the first three paragraphs.

The rollout of Obamacare has been described as “bungled,” “botched,” “abysmal,” and “pathetic” by everyone from Democrats to Republicans to private citizens to talking heads.

Rollout notwithstanding, the law in and of itself is a nightmare. It’s hastily-written, deeply flawed, and cedes enormous decision-making power to faceless, unaccountable bureaucrats. The effects of this ill-conceived law will alter health care delivery for patients, drive physicians out of practice, and send insurance premiums skyrocketing for millions of Americans.

Sixty-one percent of the public disapproves of Obamacare. In fact, a recent Rasmussen survey found that 50 percent of voters believe the law should be repealed, up from 43 percent in October. This isn’t because the law has changed. As Americans receive cancellation notices, see their premiums skyrocket, or learn, in fact, that they can’t keep their doctors, they realize now that promises made won’t be kept. In some instances, officials knew of these problems long before they surfaced.


  1. saltycracker says:

    My fellow Republicans are trapped in an episode of Groundhog Day.
    What are we going to do on the day after ?

  2. Rick Day says:

    Problem is, Gingery has to take responsibility for the messed up rollout as well. If he had taken the time to craft a healthcare bill that was not crafted by Mitt Romney, or, if he had used his energy to work for a better bill than the knee jerk “Ain’t no negro’s getting by us” BS that encompassed the past 6 years, I could give him credit.

    But I won’t. Because of the GOP’s instance to oppose all things O, this mess is shared by everyone. It’s difficult to craft a sweeping forward moving measure while constantly fighting a rear assault with gadflies.

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