Friday, June 26, 2009

WTF? Jello-Jay of all people?

When we last checked in with Jay Rockefeller he was caving on national security principles before the awesome charisma of Dick Cheney.

Well, he's back and oh my gawd, he says something I like:

On Thursday, Rockefeller admitted he expects little bipartisan support.
"There is a very small chance any Republicans will vote for this health-care plan. They were against Medicare and Medicaid [created in the 1960s]. They voted against children's health insurance.

"We have a moral choice. This is a classic case of the good guys versus the bad guys. I know it is not political for me to say that," Rockefeller added.

"But do you want to be non-partisan and get nothing? Or do you want to be partisan and end up with a good health- care plan? That is the choice."

Well that is great, honestly.

Just don't turn into a Democratic Arlen Specter, Jell-O Jay, because one, I know you are up to that based upon past practice, and second, the Democrats already have one of those.

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