After debate on the House floor yesterday, the House of Representatives will vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act today. The bill is expected to pass, but also expected to die in the Senate. That didn’t stop Congress from debating for over five hours. And when
438 435 people are all saying the same things, people start getting creative.
Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Arizona) made his remarks in under 30 seconds — and in rhyming couplets. "Maybe we can serve [the bill] with Green Eggs and Ham. Uncle Sam, I still don't think Americans will like this Obamacare sham. Uncle Sam, loyal to patient center choice I am," he said.
But is all the talk alienating independent voters? Would Republicans be better served talking about jobs? And how would this debate be different under a President Romney? Takeaway Washington Correspondent Todd Zwillich provides some perspective.