Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester), was quoted in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel responding to reporters curious as to why Scott Walker and Wisconsin Republican lawmakers are finally interested in seeking possibly helpful tweaks to "Obamacare," the federal Affordable Care Act, especially after several years of calling for the act's total repeal:
"The only criticism I will take is that we believed the president."
Heh, heh, heh! Sure, that's Vos' story, now. Actually, however, one of the main reasons tweaks to the act are necessary is that congressional Republicans, assisted by a handful of blue dog Democrats and GOP governors, have done everything in their power to delay, sabotage, obfuscate, hamstring, defund and demonize "Obamacare" since before its enactment. Heretofore, Republicans haven't acted as if they indeed believed the president, especially given their endless negative rhetoric.