We have talked about it.
We have fought about it.
We have gotten upset about it.
But now it’s over, and I called this shot from months back.
Some said I was counting my chickens before they hatched, others believed in my crystal ball.
But here we have it! Health Care Reform in the U.S. has passed!
And not a moment too soon.
WASHINGTON — After a frenzied push to nail down final commitments and resolve lingering disputes in their ranks, House Democrats today are poised to pass the most sweeping change to the nation’s health care system since the creation of Medicare nearly half a century ago.
President Obama has at long last starting stumping for health care reform and started speaking the truth to the power of the health insurance companies strangling American families worse and worse every year. Whatever strategic issues I have with Democratic Health Care Reform, the bottom line is the party and the president have stepped up to do the right thing and put forward the agenda of the American people instead of the agenda of Corporate America being placed in the highest priority. Whatever enhancements I myself would add to this bill (Public Option) it is nonetheless a step in the right direction and beyond that point, if we failed to complete at the bare minimum of this reform in the system there will be dire consequences on the overall national economic stability in years to come.
This is the eleventh-hour of health care reform in the U.S., and this political blogger is predicting we will see these reforms pass.
Good news, to be sure.
After more than forty years of inaction and failures to address this most important issue we shall at long last see moral standards in our health care system and some limit placed on the corrupt practices of the insurance companies.