"We are having a vigorous debate in the United States, and I think that's a healthy thing," he said, repeating that thought three times. But, he said, the dynamic will change once the recess ends and the lawmakers — and the debate — return to Washington.
"I suspect that once we get into the fall and people look at the actual legislation that's being proposed, that more sensible and reasoned arguments will emerge. And we're going to get this passed," he said.
Amazing, isn't it?
There has been a disconnect between Washington and America for years. This President promised hope and change. Remember that?
Now, our new President is pining for the insulation of Washington to protect his horrifying take over of our very lives via health care reform. Without the insulation of Washington, there is no chance for this bill to be passed. The President knows this.
Americans are demanding exactly the opposite of the practices currently being pushed by President Obama.
Don't worry America. President Obama and his insulated cohorts in Congress will make the decisions for you.