In his latest American Spectator piece, David Catron explains why advocates of free-market health reform should not regard Republicans as their unconditional allies.
His piece, "The Grand Old Poseurs" discusses problems with positions taken by federal and state Republican officials including Speaker of the House John Boehner and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Ohio governor John Kasich.
Catron is more optimistic about some new blood such as Senators Ted Cruz and Rand Paul. (For me, the jury is still out.)
I'm definitely all in favor for holding our elected officials' feet to the fire on this issue, regardless party affiliation.
(For more details, read the full text of "The Grand Old Poseurs".)