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The urgency of 2013

One must ask why it is, if health-care reform is so urgent that it must be done now — debated behind closed doors and in a ticking-time-bomb rush — that the most significant reforms won’t take place until 2013. Is it because most people will, in fact, lose the health insurance they’ve been assured they’d be able to keep — and Democrats don’t want people mad as hell about that, come election time? Or is it that insurance companies will drop like flies, closing up shop because they’ve been run out of business by the public option, forcing people into that DMV-style plan — and Democrats don’t want people mad as hell about that, come election time?

Or is it that … well, you get the point.

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