Lowry: If GOP Can Save the Sequester, Fights Will Not Have Been ‘Complete Debacle’

by NRO Staff

If the Republicans manage to save the sequester in any deal to raise the debt ceiling and reopen the government, the fights will not have been a complete debacle, National Review editor Rich Lowry said Tuesday night.

“If the can is kicked down the road a couple of months, the Democrats hate the sequester so much that it is possible to get a deal… It’s not inconceivable to me that you could have a delay in [Obamacare’s] individual mandate in exchange [for] some relaxation of the sequester cuts,” Lowry said on Special Report

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