Wednesday, in Iowa, Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley held a conference call with local reporters and he said: "You know, I could maybe give you 10 reasons why this bill shouldn't be considered."
He was talking about Graham-Cassidy, the latest attempt by Senate Republicans to repeal and replace Obamacare.
But lest you think Grassley was saying he's a hard no on the bill, he then went on to say: "Republicans campaigned on this so often that you have a responsibility to carry out what you said in the campaign."
That was his justification for a health care reform bill that many policy analysts say may be even more damaging than the Senate's last attempt -- and that previous bill had a cratering 12 percent approval rating among voters, and didn't pass.
Julie Rovner, chief Washington correspondent for Kaiser Health News.
This segment aired on September 20, 2017.