John Thune to Harry Reid: Americans Actually Do Know How to Use the Internet

'Only in Washington, D.C. do you see politicians blaming the American people for their failures'

Thune to Reid: Americans Know How To Use The Internet (Washington Free Beacon)

Sen. John Thune (R., S.D.) blasted Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D., Nev.) for suggesting the most recent Obamacare delay is due to Americans not being “educated” about using the internet Thursday on the Senate floor.

“Only in Washington, D.C., do you see politicians blaming the American people for their failures, because that’s essentially what this is. The Obamacare legislation by and large, I think most people will conclude, just isn’t working,” he said.

Thune noted his 94 year-old grandfather uses the internet everyday and blasted Reid for trying to shift the blame for Obamacare’s failed rollout.

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