A former Obama White House official put his foot in his mouth on Twitter on Saturday when he tried to bash the GOP health care bill.
Former Obama senior advisor Dan Pfeiffer tweeted a “general rule of politics” that he clearly didn’t think through.
Check it out (per Twitchy):
General rule of politics: If you have to rush to pass your bill before people find out what is in it, you will regret passing that bill
— Dan Pfeiffer (@danpfeiffer) July 15, 2017
Uhh. Well, that’s awkward.
The responses were brutal:
Oh really? https://t.co/GUAuTHO133
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) July 15, 2017
— Franklin & Friends (@FranklinsRule) July 15, 2017
BREAKING: Obama advisor admits having regrets about passing Obamacare. https://t.co/ZCprJTfRhJ
— Ned Ryerson (@Crapplefratz) July 15, 2017
"I learned it from watching you, Dan!" https://t.co/IaYw7Ee3cx
— jon gabriel (@exjon) July 15, 2017
And a few more:
Dan Pfeiffer finally regrets Obamacare. https://t.co/iuLCqlrT3A
— Phil Kerpen (@kerpen) July 15, 2017
I can't stand this hypocrisy & selective memory. Pelosi actually SAID that "we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what's in it." https://t.co/JuyAXsSD43
— Sarah 🎆uinlan (@sarahmquinlan) July 15, 2017
Being a Democrat means never saying your sorry. https://t.co/bYrvaO55rG
— (((Fusilli Spock))) (@awstar11) July 15, 2017
What if you have to rush to pass it so people can find out what’s in it? https://t.co/j5kS6VAaXX
— Mike Beasley (@MikeBeas) July 15, 2017