Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Bipartisanship, Republican style

Now that Scott Brown has been elected to the Senate, many observers are suggesting that the Democrats in Congress should consider taking a more bipartisan approach to the shared desire to reform health care.

Today we got a view of what the Republicans have in mind when they talk about bipartisanship:

Greg Sargent reports that: In a quick interview with me just now, GOP minority whip Eric Cantor made it clear that the only starting point for bipartisan compromise would be for Dems to drop their health care plan and embrace the GOP one.

That's right: for the Republicans, bipartisanship=Democratic surrender.

Isn't that simple? So let's just stop all the bickering and give the American people what they want. Bipartisan health care reform as dictated by the insurance companies.


Anonymous Brandon said...

Considering that the Republican approach to bipartinsanship is exactly the same as the Democrat approach...

January 29, 2010 6:51 PM  

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