December 12, 2013

Miles Blows Past Humphrey on Obamacare Issue

With the majority of Americans opposing Obamacare, it wasn't a surprise when Kentucky Republican Suzanne Miles blew past Democrat Kim Humphrey to win a house seat, after trailing Humphrey by 6 points.

The victory was attributed to a robust attack on Obamacare, which is forcing over 200,000 people in Kentucky to drop their insurance plans.

This is terrific news, as the state needs to turn even more conservative, as Democratic Governor Beshear has even called Christians dangerous when opposing protections for them.

With the victory, Republicans now have 46 seats in the 100-seat chamber.

This reinforces the strategy of Republicans to continue to hammer at the disastrous Obamacare bill, which most Americans want repealed.

If Republicans take over the chamber, it will be the first time since 1921.

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