Obama finally has achieved a certain measure of bipartisanship. The only thing is—it’s in opposition to his health care reform bill.
If a party with the huge majorities the Democrats enjoy right now in Congress is having trouble passing a bill, maybe that should be a clue that there’s something seriously and perhaps critically wrong with it. It seems that this particularly bitter pill that Obama and Pelosi are asking Congress to swallow comes in both red and blue.
[NOTE: James C. Capretta and Yuval Levin at the Weekly Standard point out some of the major drawbacks of Obamacare. In sum: “paying more for a worse health care system.”]