Skip to comments.GOP congressman was for defunding Obamacare before he was against it
Posted on 10/03/2013 11:28:01 AM PDT by celmak
Idaho Republican Rep. Mike Simpson was for chipping away at Obamacare during the continuing resolution fight before he was against it.
On Tuesday, the GOP congressman told a Capitol Hill publication that he supports voting for a continuing resolution to stop the partial government shutdown even without provisions defunding, delaying or stopping parts of President Barack Obamas health care law.
Id vote for a clean [continuing resolution] because I dont think this is a strategy that works, Simpson told Roll Call. I think the strategy that works is on the debt ceiling.
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Idaho owes us better than this. I would expect it out of CT, IL or even OH. But Idaho should be rock-ribbed Steve Symms conseratives.
And to think I actually was imagining that someone had actually given the Republics low-T injections.
That “no’ should be “now”
I’ll call him right now.
His strategy is to fold. If he thinks the Democrats care about negotiating in good faith, he’s naive at best and crazy at worst.
This guy is yet ANOTHER MORMAN! IT FIGURES!
Clean CR...ObamaCare supporter
Every day more and more people learn what the NSA has on them. That’s why we’ll see them flipping one at a time. And each flip is a PR point for obama.
Those California libs that moved to Idaho are calling his office.
OK ...let him have it!!!!!!!!!!!!
We need to keep real close track of the wobblers for next election.
What gives with these Mormans anyway? Flake (AZ) and Hatch (UT) didn’t even show up to vote on one of the bills last week (one to do with Cruz). Does Reid have that much power over that church, or enough money to take care of things?
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