“Albert Einstein defined insanity as follows: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., said Wednesday on the Senate floor. “If his definition is true — and I won’t argue with Einstein — then House Republicans have truly lost their minds.” The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), the campaign arm of the House Democratic caucus, is convinced the voters are fed up with the GOP’s continued repeal efforts. The DCCC on Wednesday started making telephone calls in the congressional districts of 10 vulnerable House Republicans, urging voters to ask their representatives to oppose the repeal bill. “Americans are crystal clear – they want Congress to solve problems, not spark ideological battles again and again,” DCCC chairman Steve Israel said. Immediately following Thursday’s vote, the DCCC stepped up its campaigning, launching online ads attacking vulnerable Republicans for the vote. At least one Republican, however, saw the vote as a political asset: Rep.
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