And finally, Lindsey Graham tells Chris Wallace the public option "has been dead for a long time."
I think the public option is dead. It's probably been dead a long time because the public is very afraid.
I think one thing we can say if the deficit matters, which I'm glad to hear it does, and the public option is unacceptable, then the house bill is dead, we should just throw it in the garbage can, because it's $239 billion added to the deficit.
And you know, if they're going to try foist a piece of garbage on the general public and call it a public option, well, I have to agree with Lindsey!
As long as you all understand that if you take away the public option and still try to impose a mandate, that means war - class war.