Part 2: The Analysis
What I found most striking about Dubya's speechifying tonight was the way that he described his health care ideal - imagine a day when Americans have more choices, more options and decisions are made between doctors and patients without government intervention.
He almost could have been talking about smashmortion.
I really, really can't wait to get the transcript of the State of the Union. Because I don't think I heard him right on that one...
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