Pence Compares Health Care Ruling to 9/11 Attacks
"Congressman Pence is a perfect example of what is wrong with politics today,” John Gregg said. “He has the right to disagree with the Supreme Court, we all do. But for him to compare a disagreement over healthcare to the deaths of 3,000 Americans goes far beyond the bounds of common decency. To compare our legislative and judicial process to a terrorist attack is deeply disturbing and wrong.” He owes a direct apology to the firefighters, first responders and the families of thousands of Americans that gave their lives on that September morning. This morning, Congressman Pence showed us all that he is not ready to lead Indiana. Indiana needs a governor that will bring us together, not tear us apart. Hoosiers do not want his Washington style of politics. Congressman Pence is out of touch and clearly does not have the temperament or judgment Indiana needs. He just disqualified himself from this race."