"If we're unable to resolve differences over health care, we will need to move ahead on decisions," he said, alluding to using reconciliation, a controversial maneuver that prevents a GOP filibuster by requiring only 51 votes to pass legislation.
Obama added that if voters are unhappy with results, then "that's what elections are for."
I think it's the first time in modern history that a President has double-dog-dared the American people to remove his own party from Congress.
But then, this is the first modern-day President whose resume begins with "Rabblerouser."
Given that it passes--still in doubt--he also knows that ObamaCare will not be repealed by the next Congress; the Rabblerouser still has a veto, after all. That leaves a large majority of Americans with a dilemma.
Those were ill-considered words.