It’s safe to say that Sunday night’s passing of health care reform is, at the moment, the undeniable elephant in the room. As one who likes to keep up with his twitter and Facebook feeds, I for one struggled not only to keep up, but to keep from suffering from real anxiety as everyone made a point to weigh in on what is surely one of the most important political events in the last year. Of course, those in favor of the bill see it as a significant step forward in providing basic human rights to the whole of America’s population, which those not in favor of the bill see it as the beginning of the end of our american democracy as we know it. So the question is: are either of them right?
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