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March 21, 2010

Quote Of The Day

by Brad Warbiany

From Billy Beck:

I keep hearing about how this DeathCare deal will be the end of the Democrats in November. I cannot think of a single reason why that should matter, and there are many why it doesn’t. (For instance: when this thing is in the bag and done, who do you think is going to come along and take it all apart? Like Medicaid, for instance? {snort} Stop with the comedy, already. You will go to your grave carrying this rock.)

The incumbent Democrats are being constantly threatened with being voted out if they put this through. But that’s a sacrifice their leadership is willing to make, because while people may be voted out, we’ll get stuck with this monstrosity.


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