Charles Krauthammer cuts to the heart of why the House and Senate health care reform bills should be tossed on the scrap heap of history. This is a great read.
Charles Krauthammer via the Washington Post:
The United States has the best health care in the world -- but because of its inefficiencies, also the most expensive. The fundamental problem with the 2,074-page Senate health-care bill (as with its 2,014-page House counterpart) is that it wildly compounds the complexity by adding hundreds of new provisions, regulations, mandates, committees and other arbitrary bureaucratic inventions.
Worse, they are packed into a monstrous package... The rest is here.