Senate on health bill's final chapter, maybe
WASHINGTON – The No. 2 Senate Democrat accused Republicans Wednesday of refusing to accept the finality of health care changes, a day after President Barack Obama signed the most sweeping medical system remake since Medicare. "This is a political exercise for too many on the other side of the aisle," said Sen. Dick Durbin. "We're going to tell our people back home, 'It's time to govern. It's time to lead.' "While I'm not happy with the health care bill right now, either, I'd rather see them quickly pass the reforms so that we're not left with a bill that leaves in the special deals. The deal is cr*@, but will be law if it's not improved and would include those special deals which would be irresponsible of the Republicans.
The key is to get the dems out and new common sense folks in for the 2010 election, repeal it, and start over.
Time to move on, in terms of this bill. Now fight Cap & Tax and other craziness.