If there's no public option, what the hell is there to legislate?
I'm not being facetious, I'm really asking. What other "reforms" are they seriously thinking will make a bit of difference? I find the whole thing to be a farce -- if you're not talking about a public option, you're not seriously "reforming" squat, you're just picking out new color schemes for your already burned-down house.
Thursday, June 18, 2009
Hunter, at Dkos, responding to the Daschle, Baker, Dole memo: