Michelle Nunn Won’t Answer Whether She Would Have Voted for Obamacare

‘I have said many times that I wasn’t there’

Michelle Nunn Won’t Answer If She Would Have Voted For Obamacare (Washington Free Beacon)

“I wasn’t there.”

That was the response from Michelle Nunn (D., Georgia) when asked if she would have voted for Obamacare in 2010.

In a debate with her opponent David Perdue (R., Georgia), Nunn focused on attacking Perdue rather than answering the question.

Nunn expressed dismay at the lack of bipartisan cooperation in Washington. Every single Democrat in the Senate voted for Obamacare. The lack of input given to Republicans in the writing of the controversial legislation caused it to receive zero votes from GOP senators.

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