Corker, Cornyn and Mark Kirk are running away from repealing healthcare reform.
Asked if he advises Republican Senate candidates to call for repealing the law, Cornyn said: “Candidates are going to test the winds in their own states. … In some places, the health care bill is more popular than others.”
“Democrats think by passing the bill they’ll be able to get it behind them and change the subject to something else like jobs,” said Texas Sen. John Cornyn at a news briefing Monday. “But this will do the opposite. This will make sure that health care is the number one issue that the election is won or lost on in November.”