Democrats Want Voters To Forget Who Passed Unpopular HealthCare Law

Democrats Want Voters To Forget Who Passed Unpopular HealthCare Law
Once touted as a success for the Obama Administration and the Democratic Party, the new healthcare law has become wildly unpopular with the American public. In a recent McClatchy article, 27-year-old Mark Kently, a business administration student and potential swing voter, echoed the discontentment shared by many about being compelled to buy health insurance.  Kently provided a succinct explanation for his annoyance –  “‘They’re trying to reinvent the wheel,’ he complained during a break at the student union.”
With the 2014 elections right around the corner, many Democratic candidates are becoming ever more aware of the current political climate and are now looking to, as the article states, switch “strategies, casting themselves as crusaders out to repair a broken law.”  In turn, many Republicans wonder how the once sponsors of the failed law can sell themselves as the solution.

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