GOP Wisconsin “cheese-head” Senator classic example of “brainwashing

GOP Wisconsin “cheese-head” Senator classic example

of “brainwashing”…

 

GOP Senator Blames McCain’s Health Care Repeal "No" Vote On His "Brain Tumor."

 

By Dartagnan      You can forget about all those plaudits for Senator John McCain’s vote last month against repealing The Affordable Care Act.  Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, who voted for the Act’s repeal, has the real story:

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) thinks Sen. John McCain’s (R-AZ) recently diagnosed brain cancer and the late-night timing of the vote might have been factors in why McCain ultimately decided to vote against the skinny Obamacare repeal last month.

“Again, I’m not going to speak for John McCain, you know, he has a brain tumor right now. That vote occurred at 1:30 in the morning, some of that might have factored in,” Johnson said, speaking to the radio hosts of “Chicago Morning Answer

Because there’s no way anyone in his right mind could possibly not want to kick 22 million Americans out of their health insurance to provide yet another tax cut to multi-millionaires. At least no Republican in his right mind.

It’s clear from the context of Johnson’s remarks that he’s not suggesting that the fact that McCain was experiencing health problems may have prompted him to sympathize with the plight of others who might one day be similarly situated. No, he’s convinced that the late hour and some badly crossed wires in McCain’s skull at the last minute are the only plausible explanation:

“Again, I don’t know exactly what — we really thought — and again, I don’t want to speak for any senator. I really thought he was going to vote yes to send that to conference at 10:30 at night. By about 1:00 or 1:30, he voted no."

Johnson, the former CEO of a polyester and plastics factory, with no known medical background, has yet to diagnose Senators Collins and Murkowski (or any of the Democratic Senators) to explain the reasons for their “no” votes on the attempted health care repeal.

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