Outbursts, Apologies and Incidentally, Health Care

Obama Leads the Health Care Horse to Water

Friday, September 11, 2009

The president laid out his plans for health care reform Wednesday night — or at least he tried to. He woke up Thursday morning to see that the headlines were stolen by an outburst from a little-known congressman from South Carolina. This morning we talk to our man on Capitol Hill, Todd Zwillich, and Jay Newton-Small, Washington reporter for Time Magazine, about apologies and how the latest uninsured numbers will shape the health care debate from here on out.


Jay Newton-Small and Todd Zwillich

Comments [1]

MK Ultra

What a monumental freak show this country has become! Barnum & Bailey would have had a filled day with Congress and the rest of the clowns in government!

Sep. 11 2009 08:07 AM

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