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Every Democrat Leader Needs to Watch This Video; Update: Now, Barney Frank Says "Whoa, Nelly!"
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Show of hands: “Who believes they should stop and let the Senator be seated?”

Frank Luntz’s focus group provides a clear message to the Democrat leadership and White House: “Hell, no, we don’t want you ramming bills down our throats in the dark of night with backroom deals and crony pay-offs!”

Are they listening yet? Video via Johnny Dollar. Note especially the passionate responses from Coakley voters in opposition to Democrats short-circuiting the legislative process:

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Well, well, well. First, Democrat Sen. Jim Webb. Now, Mass. Democrat Rep. Barney Frank:

Massachusetts Rep. Barney Frank, a strong supporter of the health care legislation, said Brown’s victory means Congress will have to “start over on health care.” He said he will vote against any bill rushed to the floor before Brown can be sworn in.

Philip Klein has Frank’s full statement read on the cable network of long faces here.

Smells like fear.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
• Category: Ideology • Tags: Health care