Saturday, June 30, 2012

Howard Dean Slams WSJ‘s ObamaCare Op-Ed: I ‘Generally Don’t Bother’ With WSJ Editorials' (with video)

Alex Alvarez, MEDIAite with video (07:03):
“Really?” asked Scarborough. “Does that mean I shouldn’t read the editorial page of the New York Times?”

“I usually don’t read that either, except for Kristoff and Krugman,” Dean responded.

“That was a silly thing to write,” he then said of the WSJ piece, calling it utterly wrong.

Dean went on to comment that ObamaCare is a very “centrist” piece of legislation and a “relatively free market reform,” which is “probably one of the reasons why I don’t like it.” MORE...

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