Since last Summer we’ve been hearing how urgent it was that Obamacare be passed.
We heard it from the President, House and Senate Dems, liberal activists – everyone.
Well, apparently they changed their minds.
With no clear path forward on major health care legislation, Democratic leaders in Congress effectively slammed the brakes on President Obama’s top domestic priority on Tuesday, saying they no longer felt pressure to move quickly on a health bill after eight months of setting deadlines and missing them.
The Senate majority leader, Harry Reid, Democrat of Nevada, deflected questions about health care. “We’re not on health care now,” Mr. Reid said. “We’ve talked a lot about it in the past.”
Ding dong the witch is dead.