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Tuesday, January 4, 2011

Will They Now Call The Repeal Bill "Bipartisan"

At least one Democrat, and possibly several, are expected to vote in favor of the House bill to repeal Obamacare.

So will the media refer to the repeal bill as "bipartisan"?  Or does that description only apply when a handful of Republicans break ranks to join with Democrats?

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  1. It's more bipartisan than ObamaCare was, at least.

  2. When Democrats join republicans it always takes a significant number of Democrats to equal "bipartisan".

    Which just goes to show that inadvertently the media already defines one Republican as worth 20 Democrats. Heh!

  3. Also, Prof. Jacobson, thanks for the link to my blog post earlier this week. The page views spiked significantly. :-)