Disavow yourself of that notion right now:
Gov. Charlie Crist, a Republican U.S. Senate candidate, told The Palm Beach Post editorial board on Friday that, unlike many Republicans in Washington, he didn’t think President Obama should scrap his health care reform proposal.
But when pressed to elaborate on the parts of Obama’s plan that liked, Crist was at a loss:
“I don’t think a whole lot. Watching the discussion yesterday (Thursday) you get a chance to sort of see more of it be ferreted out. You know, I’m the kind of guy … I’m pragmatic. The stimulus is a great example. We needed the money.
Asked again if there were any parts he liked he said:
“Not at present. No.”
Not one good idea?
“There may be. There may be. You know, I’m pretty focused on Florida right now.
Crist is so obviously trying to have it both ways and tip-toe around the issue as to avoid offending anyone. He’s against scrapping the plan, yet he cannot think of a single thing he likes about it.
How very Independent of him…