Sure. What he said was absolutely middle of the road and it was something all members of Congress should be chained to their seats and forced to listen to. But what he did was cast the deciding (party-line) vote to allow Republicans to start the process of doing what he said was "the people they actually work for" don't really want them to do. He, himself, said that even the Republicans' "best" proposals were what's made Obamacare more popular than it's ever been but he cast his vote to allow them to proceed. His vote might have been right on principle but principle and reality are very different in this case. He did have the option of saying he was holding his vote until he knew that the Senate was acting in good faith to the people of the country.
But I did like the jab at Trump when he pointed out that Congress isn't subordinate to him.
Don't look at me, I just work here.