The Many Faces Of Kay Hagan

The Raleigh News and Observer wonders if the Fla-13 special election, which was won by a Republican, offers clues into what is in store for Senator Kay Hagan (D-NC). Which Kay, though?

(WSJ) Defying physics, ObamaCare has managed to create energies where none existed before: confusion over policies, anger over lost doctors, panic over costs. Most amazing has been the law’s ability to produce entirely new Washington life forces. The scientific formula goes like this: Another day + Another ObamaCare disaster = A New Kay Hagan.

Back in 2008, North Carolinians were introduced to Bipartisan Kay, a hope-and-change candidate who argued that Sen. Elizabeth Dole was a lackey for a partisan George W. Bush. “It is time for someone to reach across party lines,” explained Bipartisan Kay. “Voting 92% of time with the president . . . doesn’t work here in North Carolina.” She won.

By early 2009, ObamaCare already was working its weird science, producing within a few months the All-In-For-Obama Kay. The freshman senator embraced the president’s partisan bill, provided a crucial Senate vote, promised two dozen times that those who liked their plan could keep it, and explained that the law would create jobs. All-In Kay lasted quite a while. As recently as August she was insisting that there were “a lot of positives” in the Affordable Care Act, and that she’d “be honored” to have President Obama campaign for her re-election in 2014.

Then came the great ObamaCare meltdown of October. Overnight, the North Carolina senator’s office became home to Frustrated (And Not My Fault) Kay. It was “unacceptable,” she said, that North Carolinians couldn’t enroll in new plans. Frustrated Kay was eager to explain that this was an implementation problem, and moreover the fault of an Obama administration that “must improve their communications with the American people.”

Then we have Fix-it-Kay, Outraged Kay, and many other Kays. Come November, she will be Unemployed Kay.

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One Response to “The Many Faces Of Kay Hagan”

  1. Butt-Melting_Gumballs says:

    I’m still baffled by how a woman like that could even get more than 25% of the vote in a state like N. Carolina.

    Granted, I’m befuddled by how anyone could vote for Socialism knowing how anti-freedom, anti-equality, anti-person it is.

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