Friday, July 6, 2012

NC Democrat Larry Kissell vows he will vote to repeal health care tax.

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Some ask why Kissell is a Democrat. Good question.

Digest Today's News 03 July 2012 
Written by Duane Lester 
While our so-called leadership is busy explaining how hard it is to repeal things, North Carolina Democrat Larry Kissell is talking about how they are on board with the idea:
“I’ve heard from hundreds and hundreds of people from my district about their opposition to the health care law,” Kissell told the newpaper. “I voted against it originally and I will vote to repeal it.”
According to the Observer, Kissell “also said he doesn’t plan to endorse Obama for re-election and isn’t sure he’ll attend his party’s national convention in Charlotte.”
Kissell will have to work very hard to miss the convention that is almost literally being held in his backyard. As RNC Deputy Communications Director Tim Miller tweeted, Kissell’s district ends about a mile away from where the Democratic National Convention will be held.
He’s talking a good game now, but he’s also looking out for his re-election.  That being said, I don’t think he’s bluffing.  He’s one of the 17 Democrats that voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt.
So why is he still a Democrat?