Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has a message for Republicans: “Get a life.”
That’s what the Nevada Senator said Republicans should do instead of focusing on ObamaCare after the Senate voted 54-44 along party lines to fund the government and strip language defunding ObamaCare.
“Here’s a president, who less than a year ago, won the election by 5 million votes, 5 million votes. ObamaCare has been the law for four years. Why don’t they get a life and talk about something else? People deserve better,” he said.
The battle to fund the government now heads back to the Republican-controlled House of Representatives.
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