Today’s Opinions And EditorialsHealth Bill Is Malpractice Yahoo! News
Congress's latest final push in its ideological crusade called health reform is shaping up to be an act of historic arrogance and deception (Sen. Tom Coburn, 3/17).
Showdown: Congressional Democrats Should Stand Tall And Back Health Care Reform The Houston Chronicle
This is one of those votes that will shape the American future, for better or worse. We believe a better, more secure future will result from a decision to take this step of reform (3/17).
Rushing Health Reform Could Be A Death Wish The Washington Post
Given the procedural complications, the clear lack of House support, and a raft of dubious dealmaking, slowing down wouldn't be the worst thing to happen to health-care reform (Kathleen Parker, 3/17).
A Hazardous Vote Chicago Tribune
This whole thing has become such a politically dangerous mess that Pelosi is cooking up a way for her House members to avoid full responsibility for it (3/16).
Health Care Reform: Shut Up And Vote The Salt Lake Tribune
Yes, the bill is huge and complicated and far from perfect. But it includes many of the insurance reforms that Americans want (3/16).
The Bill Isn't Communism; It's Humanism And Must Pass Philadelphia Daily News
And I'm sick of the stall by these same incumbents resting under a blanket of blue-ribbon coverage paid for by the very people they ignore (John Baer, 3/17).
The Failure Of RomneyCare The Wall Street Journal
Unless Mr. Romney is more honest about the system he set in motion in Massachusetts, he will have a hard time convincing Republican primary voters that he has learned his health-care lesson (Grace-Marie Turner, 3/16). This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.