The Wednesday evening segment came just hours after a “clean repeal” of Obamacare – promoted by Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. – was killed in the Senate by a small cadre of seven GOP lawmakers.
Of those, Levin went on to point out, all but Sen. Susan Collins voted for the same bill when it was expected to be vetoed by then-President Obama, but would not do so with a Republican president in the White House.
“The vote today demonstrates that the Republican Party is the party of a progressive movement,” Levin said of the outcome, and that the party of Presidents Ronald Reagan and Calvin Coolidge is gone.
“This is the day that private health care was killed [in America] and government-run, centralized health care was born,” the Conservative Review editor-in-chief said.
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