Post Health Care Reform: What Washington “Insiders” are Saying

Posted on March 25, 2010. Filed under: Uncategorized |

After a grueling couple of weeks of 12 hour plus days, working weekends, worn out shoes and cell phone casualties, it looks like the dust is finally settling on health care reform.

Capitol Hill post health care reform, what the insiders are saying:

• Morally compelling, arithmetically terrifying.

• It will be interesting to see where the Health and Human Services earmarks go for FY11. I wouldn’t be surprised if the majority go to the Blue Dogs and other Democrats who were on the fence on health care reform and ultimately voted for it.

• Whether you agree or disagree with health care reform the public vitriol surrounding the issue has been taken to a new level. When walking with a friend who once worked for Rep. Louis Stokes as we passed a bunch of rowdies. They spit on her. I couldn’t believe it. Takes me back to the 1960s, only most of those activists were much better mannered. They also demonstrated better spelling on their signs.

• I’d like to have been a fly on the wall on Air Force One last week.

• The true opinion of the American public on the health care plan will come with the mid-term elections in November.

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