And a foolish metaphor.
4:55 PM, Mar 25, 2010 • By WILLIAM KRISTOL
In Iowa City today, President Obama mocked Republicans' efforts to repeal his new health care law. He dared them to "Go for it," and asserted, "I welcome that fight. Because I don't believe the American people are going to put the insurance industry back in the driver's seat."
The insurance industry is a diverting talking point, but it’s not going to work. Republicans simply have to say: Barack Obama’s legislation would put the government in the driver’s seat of a giant, poorly-constructed bus in which we’re simply helpless passengers. Republican reforms would put American families in the driver’s seat of cars of their choice. Which do you prefer?
Republicans should take up the president on his dare. They should say, "Thank you Mr. President, we are going for it. And we're going to win."
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