ABOUT FUCKING TIME.
Even as Republicans pummel President Obama's health care proposals, some GOP leaders worry their party is being hurt by a Democratic counterattack: Where is your plan?The next to the best part? The last sentence:
Republican leaders chose not to draft their own comprehensive bill, focusing instead on attacking Democrats' plans as too costly and bureaucratic. Some prominent Republicans now fear they are getting tagged as the "party of no," and they want the GOP to offer more solutions to the nation's health care problems.
Speaking to union activists recently about health care, Obama taunted his Republican critics. "What's your answer?" he asked. "What's your solution?"
"You know what?" he continued. "They don't have one."
Perhaps the most comprehensive list of GOP health proposals is in the "Republican Solutions Handbook" assembled by the House Republican Conference, although it covers only one page.
Above: artist’s conception of what the GOP health proposal might look like.