Bill Bennett: ‘People Are Getting Used to the Idea that There Is a Right to Health Care’

‘This is obviously what is creating the problem’


BENNETT: "The other thing about Ted Cruz, way back when — you remember reading Dr. Seuss on the floor and all that?"
MacCALLUM: "Yeah."
BENNETT: "He warned us that if this passed, ObamaCare passed, it would be near impossible to get rid of even with majorities, Republican majorities or a Republican president. People are getting used to the idea that there is a right to health care, that the federal government should provide it. This is obviously what is creating the problem.” 

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