The Obama administration "did a really terrible job handling health care reform," he said, because the president relied on Congress to draft a plan.Senator Jim Webb (D-Va), on December 24, 2009, voting on H.R. 3590, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act:
"You can't turn something that complicated loose on the United States Congress," he said, adding that the resulting debate led to great public confusion.
YeaSounds like Webb was for Obamacare before he was against it. As Jennifer Rubin observes:
So is he saying he didn't know how bad the bill was, or is he saying he cast a bad vote? Neither answer is a winner.(via reader Warren)