As the push continues by Democrats in Washington to pass the healthcare bill, David Axelrod a political strategist confirms that lawmakers are being “persuaded” to vote yes. This is despite special deals originally pledged to various states being rescinded.
John Boehner, the House GOP leader from Ohio, publicly recognized that Republicans couldn’t stop the bill although they are trying to make it difficult.
An interesting observation is that the public is displaying marked animosity towards the Republicans, calling them a cold-hearted, money-grubbing bunch. Yet, these same people do not hold a grudge toward the insurance executives and insurance lobbyists who are actually at the root of the problem in the first place.
Why is that?