The hypocrisy of Rep. Jeff Flake on the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Obama’s healthcare planby Dee Dee Garcia Blase on Jun. 28, 2012, under 2012 Arizona Elections, Hispanic Latino Vote, Independent voter centrist moderate swing vote
Jeff Flake is in trouble — and I’m not talking about his lobbying history today either. Flake has become your ordinary career
politician that needs to retire because he lacks the fortitude to stand on what he says he believes in these days. His reaction as a wannabe Tea Party politician is wishy-washy. First he was for immigration, now he is against it. Now he is taking a populist approach on the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold Obama’s health care plan. That said, why would Jeff Flake endorse Mr. RomneyCare which helped lay the foundation to ObamaCare in the first place? If Flake “was so against’ ObamaCare … why would he endorse RomneyCare? See how that works? Flake doesn’t even know what he wants to support anymore.
Arizonan’s are getting sick and tired of these career politicians like Jeff Flake because they lose touch with regular people. They think we can’t see through all the smoke and mirrors — but we can. Somehow these career politicians have managed to lose their grassroots compass and this is going to backfire on them for losing touch with the ordinary American voter.
From the Arizona Republic: