There has been a notable bit of backlash against the sect of Senate Republicans who are threatening to shut down the government unless the implementation of the president’s health care law goes unfunded.
On Wednesday, Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) said he didn’t support the idea.
The reason it’s debatable is because you have to have a starting point to gauge the wobbliness.
Do you believe Blunt was really that committed to getting rid of ObamaCare?
If you do, then yeah, maybe he’s going a little wobbly.
If you’re like me, and believe he wants to put up a good front but isn’t willing to do something risky, then no. He’s just as wobbly as he was when he started.
No risk, no reward.
Which is why we nominated Romney and why Obama is president.