Senator Baucus: Obamacare No Longer A Train Wreck

max-baucus-photopSenator Max Baucus (D-MT) has backed off his statement comparing the implementation of Obamacare to a train wreck.  He was on Fox Business with Stuart Varney and said he thought Obamacare would be a train wreck only “if they do not implement it very well” but that the Obama administration is “doing a pretty good job” at getting it up and running.  “I don’t expect a train wreck.  I think the train’s going to keep running, not maybe totally on time, but it’s going to be pretty efficient.”

Senator Baucus also said that if there was a vote to delay implementing Obamacare, he would oppose it.

Several questions immediately come to mind that I would like to ask the Senator.  Are you aware that a majority of Montanans oppose the federal health care law?  If you think they are doing a “pretty good job” at getting it up and running then why the delays?  What’s the hold up?  Why are all the unions now demanding the exemptions they were promised but are apparently not going to get?  And lastly, what has the NSA discovered in your emails and phone calls that is making you change your position on this legislative travesty?

 

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