Bill Burton: 'The President Is Not Prone to Victory Laps'

'It's not something that the president does. And, as a result, yes, it is something that Democrats have suffered from around the country'

Former Obama Adviser: 'The President Is Not Prone to Victory Laps' (CNS News)

"This is a moment that is of extraordinary magnitude -- 7.1 million people signing up for this health care program -- the biggest government program put in place in decades," Bill Burton, a former aide to President Obama, told MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Tuesday night.

Burton indicated that Obama was taking a well-earned victory lap when he declared on Tuesday that the debate is over -- government-mandated insurance is here to stay, and those who don't like the law simply don't want people to have health insurance, the president said.

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