What Lies Ahead (and are ahead) in the Healthcare Debate?
examines the coming debate on health care by positing that there are now three options open to President Obama: doubling down on his current course of letting things play out in Congress, re-starting the debate by making his own proposal from the White House, or suspending debate and gathering, instead, a "Blue Ribbon" and bi-partisan commission for the purpose of examining the issue in more detail. In this smart article, Busch details the potential appeals and drawbacks for President Obama in each approach and then asks, quite rightly, what would be best for the country. I highly recommend that you read it and find out what he says.
1:48 PM / September 2, 2009