Via Hengler, the money quote comes at around 1:05; I can’t make out the part omitted in the headline by the ellipsis (“immediate deliberations”?), but I do think it’s cute that he thinks he’ll still be in Congress in “the out years” when the demands to reform ObamaCare inevitably begin. Incidentally, when he says he’s gotten nothing but love from Nevadans despite 62 percent support for repealing the law inside the state and crumbling polls around the country, are we to take it he’s not being hassled by the racist, fascist tea-party brownshirts? That doesn’t sound very Reich-y to me.
It’s a long-ish clip at six minutes but watch to at least the 2:30 mark or you’ll miss him talking about how the Cornhusker Kickback was “terrific for our country.” Meanwhile, in other news today, Massachusetts insurers have temporarily stopped writing new policies because the state won’t let them raise premiums. Nothing to see here, move along.