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Hillary: “Today Was a Victory”

Let the gloating begin. And they have every right to gloat. What a mess.

Hillary Clinton reacted to the news that Republicans pulled their healthcare bill in Congress that would repeal Obamacare by saying: “Today was a victory.”

In a tweet Friday afternoon, the 2016 Democratic nominee said, “Today was a victory for the 24,000,000 people at risk of losing their health insurance, for seniors, for families battling the quiet epidemic of addiction, for new moms and women everywhere.”

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8 Responses to Hillary: “Today Was a Victory”

  1. That is laughable.
    A scheme that’s going to collapse anytime soon and Hillary calls the bill being pulled a victory?
    Please Hillary, run again in the next Presidential election.

  2. Today was a victory, eh, Cacklepants?

    Well, so was the Battle of Heraclea.

    You and yours still own the coming death spiral. So hey, you’re more than welcome to keep racking up more wins like today. A few more like this, and your party goes the way of the Whigs.

  3. Dear Hillary,
    Speaking of victories, do you have any photos from your inauguration you would like to share with us?
    Thanks in advance.

  4. Would not say it’s a victory, nor a defeat. The bill was not what was promised – a full repeal. Nor did it replace Ocare with any major positive actions. Pulling the bill rather than having it shot down seems a prudent move.Perhaps now, they will actually do as promised and simply repeal it. As far as the crowing — my grandmother always used to say (and I smile as I recall it), “Whistling girls and crowing hens always come to no good end.” I suppose because in her era, girls who whistled were not seen as ladies and a hen should not crow. She believed firmly in good manners and behavior.

  5. Snort. They still don’t get it.

    This law is going down in flames. All the Republicans did was screw up the opportunity to get the blame for it.