David Limbaugh puts it very well.
He said that every election “is a reminder that in our democracy, power rests not with those of us in elected office, but with the people we have the privilege to serve.” But if anyone needs to be reminded of that, it is he, because he crammed through Obamacare and other offensive agenda items against the express will of the people.
As it happened, power rested with him, not the people. He saw to that by breaking all the rules to push the measures through. And when asked whether he has any regrets about doing so, he said no. He regrets the process wasn’t “healthier,” but “the outcome was a good one.” Translation: “Though I just said power resides with the people, I didn’t mean it, as you can see by my cynical absence of contrition at having usurped their power on this bill.” Again, the end justifies the means, and the people don’t know what’s good for them.
“But if anyone needs to be reminded of that, it is he”
Only too true.