Five Democrats joined all House Republicans in a vote to repeal Obamacare.
They don't call the House of Representatives the "people's house" for nothing. The vote reflected the continuing unpopularity of the law despite nearly 3 years of promises that Americans would come to like the law once they began to live with it.
"Amy Klobuchar was the deciding vote to pass Obamacare, defying the will of the American people. Now even some of her fellow Democrats are rejecting the President's failed policies and voting with the people," said Kurt Bills, the Republican-endorsed candidate for Senate in Minnesota.
"I am convinced that if a vote were held in the Senate today, Obamacare would be soundly defeated. That is why Harry Reid and the liberal Democrat leadership refuse to have that vote," Bills added.
"Amy Klobuchar has voted with Obama over 95% of the time. That's not a record to be proud of. Amy Klobuchar wasted 2009 on this job-killing bill instead of passing reforms to get America moving again. When I am elected I will vote to repeal Obamacare, and focus on sound policies to get our economy moving again," concluded Bills.