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November 08, 2009


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Eric Massa did refuse to vote for it because it did too little and institutionalized the health care industry monopoly.

We need to be looking at the Massachusetts plan and how that's working out to see the future of this. If the goal is to deliver everyone into the arms of a private insurer, this will probably do the trick. If the goal is to actually make sure they get affordable health care...well, they can't even afford it in Mass. But that won't sink into the heads of people who are making so much money they don't even remember what it was like to have to live on a budget. If they ever did.

Are Southern Democrats really that pathetic? With a few rare exceptions, yes.

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