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Dean: Health care not dead

 Posted by at 10:12  Politics
Jan 222010

Howard Dean appeared on CBS’ The Early Show to explain to Harry Smith that health care reform is not dead (despite all the reports of its demise).

I don’t know, Dr. Dean. Unless the Democrats grow a pair (which, so far, they have not appeared inclined to do), I think we may have lost the opportunity to get meaningful health care reform in the United States for at least a generation. And the Supreme Court ruling yesterday will probably push it out further than that.

See also: “Do the Right Thing.”