Monday, June 8, 2009

Reform without all the mess

All the messy reform, that is.

If there's no public option, the option Roy Blunt (R-Status Quo) calls "a non-starter," there's no sense wasting time on a health care bill. Once again, the Republicans are the party of no.

Note to CNN: Blunt is not "heading up health care efforts in the House." He's a Republican in the house which has no filibuster. He doesn't have a leadership role that matters.

Update (6/13): Robert Reich hits this topic in Salon.

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