McConnell Opponent Grimes Again Refuses to Say Whether She Would Have Voted for Obamacare


3rd time she's refused to answer the question


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Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes once again would not say directly whether she would have supported Obamacare while it was being debated in 2010, according to the Huffington Post:

Grimes has declined to say how she would have voted on the Affordable Care Act had she been in the Senate in 2010, an ambivalence that was highlighted in a recent story by the Associated Press.

In response to a follow-up inquiry from The Huffington Post, Lundergan Grimes, Kentucky’s secretary of state, again dodged the question by insisting that her presence in the Senate would have meant that the law would have come out looking completely different.

“If I had been in the Senate, it would have been a different law,” she said. “As Kentucky’s next senator, I will vote to fix it — which is more than Mitch McConnell would do. I’ve said all along that the law isn’t perfect and there are parts that need to be fixed


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