Question by  LadyPatches (1)

Why does one Senate seat lost to the Dems mean that health care reform is history?

I don't see how one Senator makes a difference.


Answer by  Doomstoned (1454)

First, the Senate seat loss to the Republicans removes the super-majority status from the democrats. Second, the Republican victory occured in a historically democrat state and has been largely attributed to the senator elect's strong opposition to health care reform of this kind, which also suggests a larger voting trend.


Answer by  evoorhees (16)

It means health care reform might be history because the public has become so infuriated with socialism in an allegedly "free" country that even Mass. is losing to the conservatives.

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