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"The president's health plan won't solve a problem. It will be the start of bitter fights over funding and policy that will consume the nation for decades to come." - Wall Street Journal
"Barack Obama said 3,341 words before he advocated health care reform during his State of the Union address. It was indicative of the White House pledge to pivot to jobs in 2010. As early as last Thanksgiving, the president declared, "I will not rest until businesses are investing again and businesses are hiring again and people have work again."
What's intriguing today is the thunderclap unheard. It's the greatest jobs crisis in three-quarters of a century. All political hands are on deck for health care. But to most Americans, the storm is elsewhere." - David Paul Kuhn, Real Clear Politics