Wednesday, November 11, 2009

My Hero Of The Week: Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL) ::: Video: If ObamaCare is so good …

Hat tip to Ed Morrissey at for this absolute jewel.

Greg Hengler picks his favorite moment from the House debate on Saturday as the moment that Rep. Peter Roskam (R-IL) asked the question that could easily have been asked twenty years ago today at the Berlin Wall. If the ObamaCare proposal is so good, why do you have to imprison people who don’t want to participate?

We’ve heard from the best and the brightest all afternoon, and not a one of them have answered why it is that you have to criminalize people to coax them into a plan that’s so fabulous. It makes no sense. … The other side, with all due respect, with all the adjectives and all the flourishing speech, have failed to answer that question.

More analysis here: Hot Air >> Blog Archive >> Video: If ObamaCare is so good …

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