In a democracy, a political party that steadfastly sets itself against the public will is asking for defeat and will likely get it.
That’s the GOP these days on healthcare.
For a dozen years, Republicans have fought an unrelenting campaign in Congress, state legislatures and courts against expanded government help for Americans who need health coverage. At first, that effort yielded the party some big wins, then it became a loser. Now it’s become a trap.
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