From CNN News
Concerning the probable illegal use by the Democrats of reconciliation, a parliamentary shortcut reserved for taxes and the deficit:
Many House Democrats say that’s the only way they would agree to the complicated scenario because they don’t like the Senate bill and do not trust the Senate to follow through with a promise to pass the compromise package.
One senior House Democratic leadership aide said that is the biggest obstacle right now in this process.
What about the fact that the majority of Americans polled are not in favor of the radical changes proposed for health care by the Obama administration? Shouldn’t the will of the American people in opposition to socialized medicine be considered the primary roadblock, “the biggest obstacle”? Or doesn’t that count for anything anymore?
Shouldn’t the desire to get it right rather than a rush to just do something have a greater affect on the outcome?