The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics - / Bruce Tins­ley

“Rep. Mike Pence of In­di­ana has is­sued an ex­cel­lent state­ment on the health care bill,” William Kris­tol writes in a blog at Weekly­Stan­dard.com.

“He calls it ‘Wash­ing­ton at its worst,’ and es­pe­cially urges ‘se­na­tors with the priv­i­lege of rep­re­sent­ing the great state of In­di­ana, to give spe­cial con­sid­er­a­tion to Hoosier fam­i­lies and their val­ues and re­ject this bill.’ Pence con­tin­ues, ‘The Amer­i­can peo­ple and the peo­ple of In­di­ana will re­mem­ber which se­na­tor stood for free­dom and our val­ues by op­pos­ing this leg­is­la­tion and which se­na­tor fol­lowed the party line in sup­port of a gov­ern­ment takeover of health care.’

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