Saturday, December 19, 2009

Required Reading

Gail Collins on what might happen if we scuttle health care because we're getting a terrible bill.
“People always think there will be another day,” said Jack Duncan, who was counsel for the subcommittee that handled [a vetoed 1971 bill aimed at providing high-quality early childhood education and after-school programs for any American family that wanted them] in the House. “Well, there might be another day, but not in my lifetime.”

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