Sen. Mark Pryor Says He Would Vote for ObamaCare Again

‘We probably did get 80 percent of it right’

Mark Pryor Says He Would Vote For Obamacare Again (Washington Free Beacon)

Embattled incumbent Senator Mark Pryor (D., Ark.) told a local news station Wednesday that he would vote for Obamacare again, despite now knowing the many problems of the law.

“You know I would have,” Pryor said on K-ARK. “I think on something like this it’s big, it’s complicated, it’s difficult, so if you get 80 percent of it right you’ve really done something. We probably did get 80 percent of it right.”

It is unclear which 80 percent of the law Mark Pryor believes is “right”, given thedisastrous rollout of the website, six million Americans losing their insurance plans, millions more losing their doctors, premiums rising for three quarters of Americans, and estimates that only one-third of the 7.1 million enrolled were previously uninsured.

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