Abortion language troubles both sides: Nelson clears way for vote on health care

I‘ve not been following this because I believe the health care bill will be decided by a conference committee meeting in a smoke filled room. But today Senator Ben Nelson became the 60th vote to move the ball down the court.

Did Nelson use abortion? I don’t know but I found this statement in the Washington Post troubling:

Nelson also secured favors for his home state and to benefit different factions of the health-insurance industry.

The health bill is pretty unpopular and may lead to a 2010 shift in the Congress. I guess I should say, I hope it does.

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  • David Blakeslee

    :).

    Pluralism.

  • http://theformers.wordpress.com Debbie Thurman

    The health bill is pretty unpopular and may lead to a 2010 shift in the Congress. I guess I should say, I hope it does.

    So do I.