The Virginia Pilot writes,
"The Obama administration 'did a really terrible job handling health care reform,' [Sen. Jim Webb, D-Va.)] said, because the president relied on Congress to draft a plan. 'You can't turn something that complicated loose on the United States Congress,' he said..."
And that's from someone who voted for ObamaCare. Perhaps Webb, who seriously jeopardized his future in the Senate with that vote – without which Obamacare wouldn't have passed – would now like to vote for repeal?
Read more at The Weekly Standard.