His estimate includes two -- count 'em, two -- Republican senators. That means that the "bipartisan" bill would boast two Republican votes out of the entire Congress.
Would the Democrats really dare to try to ram a bill that musters only 37% support down the public's throat (and the Republicans')? Wow. Talk about the Chicago way coming to Capitol Hill . . .
Bad for the country; great politics -- for the Republicans, at least.
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