The passage of the Health Care albatross last night (Sunday) signifies a troubling shift from the "shifting sands of debate" to the "quicksand of bad policy."
The propaganda to justify this beast is only beginning. A lot more will be said and a lot more follow-up legislation is forthcoming to increase and solidify the roll of government. Hopefully the states can mount a fight more effectively than those waged in the past.
How many people in America actually believe that this legislation will reduce taxes, reduce or even stabilize premiums, improve health care, improve access an delivery to health care, or be sustainable?
America would benefit from a "balanced scorecard" that accurately tracks the pertinent pros and cons as well as the who, what, when, why, where, and how much of all legislation -- both state and federal.