Democrats apparently figure that they have Republican Senate candidate
Mark Kirk cornered.
"Do you," they demand to know, "favor the repeal of our wonderful
comprehensive health reform or do you not?"
They have a point. Thanks to Kirk' lack of clarity, Republicans also
have been asking the same question. Kirk, the moderate North Shore
congressman, earlier let it be known that he would "lead" the fight to
repeal the entire recently enacted health care monstrosity. Later, he
seemed to amend that sweeping promise, suggesting that some things in
the new law were bad (e.g. new taxes) and some things worth considering.
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