Jonathon Riskind writes about the GOP’s reaction to Sunday’s health care vote, as Republicans express their expectancy for Democrats to lose their seats in November. Riskind turned to The WG’s David Winston for some insight on why Democrats should feel weary about voting for the bill:
However, David Winston, a GOP pollster in Washington, contends that for Democrats in moderate, swing districts such as Kilroy, Driehaus and Boccieri, the health-care bill does mean trouble, in part because of the overall political climate.
“You voted for a package people didn’t want and, two, you didn’t focus on the issue they really care about, which is jobs,” he said.
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