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Obama Intends To Let Healthcare Law Prove Critics Wrong By Succeeding

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President Obama waved aside persistent Republican criticism of his signature healthcare law last week, saying in a New York Times interview that the overhaul would become vastly more popular once all the nightmare scenarios from his adversaries proved wrong.

President Obama waved aside persistent Republican criticism of his signature healthcare law last week, saying in a New York Times interview that the overhaul would become vastly more popular once “all the nightmare scenarios” from his adversaries proved wrong.

The president accused Republicans of “all kinds of distortions” about the legislation. He said bluntly that his administration had a simple plan to build support for the law, which continues to be viewed with suspicion by large numbers of Americans. “We’re going to implement it,” he said.

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Source: The New York Times

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