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18 September 2009

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Ravenback

One caveat to what he says, "...but for working Americans..."

I'm not quite sure if he means the same thing as many of us think. But it is interesting what he says about a public option. However, I'm reminded of the saying that "even a stopped clock is right twice a day."

Jim

He must know that the public option, as it is written, is fatally flawed. When it fails, its failure will discredit any future government attempt to provide health care for everyone.

Am I cynical? How can anyone be cynical about Satan?

kayman

Yeah Jim, you are cynical. He apparently has a point.

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