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Health care hits the shoals. What now Charlie Brown?

A month ago, no one could have imagined that an insurgent Republican candidate for Ted Kennedy's Senate seat would not only topple the apple cart but potentially end the quest for comphrehensive health care reform. Now the President is reeling back the massive legislative proposal in an interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos.
Surely, the tide has turned. I'm guessing that the comphrehensive Senate package is dead. In the end, the President will sign a much leaner package with bipartisan support aimed primarily at insurance reform.

Previously: What happened to public's support of health reform?

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