Now that ObamaCare has been shown to be an incredibly expensive mistake that was relentlessly pursued by the White House while more important national issues were ignored, a number of Democrats are claiming that they were against it. Among them is Barney Frank:

I think we paid a terrible price for healthcare … I would not have pushed it as hard. As a matter of fact, after [Sen.] Scott Brown [R-Mass.] won [in January 2010], I suggested going back. I would have started with financial reform, but certainly not healthcare.

Of course, we heard nothing about his reservations when it counted, And he still doesn’t come clean about why people don’t like Obamacare:

Healthcare is enormously important to people. When you tell them that you’re going to extend healthcare to people who don’t now have it, they don’t see how you can do that without hurting them. So I think he underestimated, as did Clinton, the sensitivity of people to what they see as an effort to make them share the healthcare with poor people.

In other words it was just voter selfishness. Barney and the rest of the Dems NEVER come clean. They blame all of their failures on the customer. The reason people dislike Obamacare is that it’s a bad idea implemented inefficiently and with no small amount of corruption.

No amount of BS is going bury that reality.

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