Sand in the President’s Shoes

from redrawing that line once again…
If we are to believe Robert Gibbs, quarter-millionaires and up are going to fund health care reforms, no ifs and or buts, except for the “but reform doesn’t have to include a public option”.

“The president’s preferred way is a public option. If there are others that have additional viewpoints or other ideas in policy… we are ready to hear it.”

So really, what’s left?
Mandates and that dreamy little day-dream, viable private insurance co-ops.
And yes, that is the sound of insurance and pharma laughing.

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