The U.S. religious left is wading into the health care debate and teaming up with President Obama to help promote his plan that would provide health insurance to roughly 46 million Americans. We speak to two leaders of the religious left, Rev. Jennifer Butler of Faith in Public Life and Rabbi David Saperstein of the Religious Action Center for Reform Judaism about their thoughts on service, faith, and the public option.
Faithful America is a coalition of faith-based organizations working with President Obama to reform health care. They are sponsoring a call-in program with the president on August 19th. For more information, head to Faithful America.org. Here is the ad they have just released to support their cause: