Sen. John McCain, speaking on the Senate floor, took aim at President Obama for reneging on his pledge that health care negotiations would be broadcast on C-SPAN.
“A year ago last October, then candidate for president said, ‘It’s all going to be on C-SPAN,” McCain said mockingly of his election opponent, pointing his finger in the air. “The C-SPAN cameras are still waiting outside of Sen. Reid’s office to go in and film these negotiations so that, as President Obama said then, ‘all Americans can see who’s on the side of the pharmaceutical companies, and who’s on the side of the American people.’”
McCain jested, “C-SPAN, keep waiting, we’re going to try and get you in.”
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