Wednesday, January 20, 2010

“There is no turning back.” SEIU’s Stern urges Dems to go ‘all in’ on HCR

Less than 24-hours after seeing a million dollars of his members' money wasted supporting failed candidate Martha Coakley's campaign, SEIU's Andy Stern dished out his recipe on how Democrats should shove the nationalization of health care down Americans' throats:

From HuffPo:
Step one: The House should pass the Senate's health insurance reform bill - with an agreement that it will be fixed, fixed right, and fixed right away through a parallel process.

Reform can work -- the Senate bill can serve as the foundation for reform and include at minimum the improvements the Administration, House, and Senate have negotiated. We cannot squander the opportunity to make real progress. The House and Senate must move forward together. And, there is no reason they cannot move forward together to make those changes through any means possible -- whether through reconciliation or other pieces of moving legislation....

Some in Washington may want to throw their hands up and walk away; others may call for walking back reform by passing something smaller. So let's just say it: the Democrats own health reform. They own the votes they already took. And, they own what health reform will stand for. Most importantly, it will be a major achievement the American people need and deserve. There is no turning back. There is no running away. There is no reset button.

There is a right choice: Break the political paralysis and go big. Giving up or scaling back reform is not an option. [Emphasis added.]


Since Andy Stern pretty much owns health care, Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid, now we know what's coming.

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