The Laura Ingraham Show - Sen. John Thune would like to see Romney disavow RomneyCare





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Published on Sep 21, 2011

@2:01 "If people knew that they were going to have to pay higher taxes so that programs like Solyndra could get funded, I think that is a very different argument. I think a lot of it comes down to how, if people think they are going to pay higher taxes because it's going to pay down the debt and it's going to help our children and grandchildren some might be inclined to do that, but what they don't realize I think is that when you send higher taxes to Washington, D.C. it gets spent on more government and that is something, I think we win that debate."

@6:04 "I think the dream for Democrats is to get to where you have fewer than those who are drawing benefits and that's kind of unfortunately where we are headed."

On Lamar Alexander:

Was he pushed out?

@9:08 "Oh gosh no. Lamar is very respected in our leadership and in our conference. He's a guy who has a lot of affection from members of the conference, so I think it was just a personal decision for him."

@11:18- Thune would like to see Romney disavow RomneyCare

Ingraham: "Would you advise Mitt Romney to say something different today on RomneyCare than he has?"

Thune: "Well, I think it would be great, I suppose if he would come out and, I mean I think there are a lot of people who over the years who have, since this thing passed in Massachusetts, have looked at it and said gosh I wish he would come out and then disown it or disavow it. It doesn't sound like he is going to do that."

Ingraham: "Should he?"

Thune: "Well, frankly, I would like to see that, but I am not advising the campaign."

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