When Americans got sick, they had to wait longer than people in most of the other countries to get help. Fewer than half were able to get same-day or next-day appointments with a doctor or nurse; one in four had to wait six days or longer. (Only Canada fared worse on both counts.) But Americans got quicker access to specialists than adults in all but two other countries.
I think if there ever was a time to make a case to the American people that they will buy into, it’s now — people don’t want this national government healthcare; the president is increasingly unpopular and discredited — if House Republicans can’t make the case that we need to stop this law, I don’t know when they can make a case for anything.
Former Sen. Jim DeMint, president of the Heritage Foundation on today’s To the Point