The moral argument for health reform is not new; people have been voicing it for decades. But in the back and forth of the last year, it has been buried under stories about sparring politicians, raucous town halls, and clashing protesters.
The passage of the health insurance legislation has two overriding positive effects: it brings more clarity to the health insurance issue and it demonstrates the President's ability to govern. The legislation also affirms that Americans should not face financial ruin...
Posted by Michael Critelli, on March 22, 2010 11:40 AM
When the dust settles and Americans really review the legislation to reform health care in this nation and all the time and effort wasted on compromise, I am convinced that most people will see it for what it is; a lost opportunity.
Posted by Kathy-Ellen Kups, on March 19, 2010 2:05 PM
Democrats can go to their liberals and say that this is closer to universality than we've ever been, and they can go to their conservatives and say this does more for deficit reduction than has ever been done, and both things will be true.