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ABC News asks: "What does it take to get a wavering senator to vote for health care reform?"  About $100 million.

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Should this really be surprising?

What would be really surprising is if this was the only case. I doubt it is ... it's simply the first one to be publicized.

Drudge says $300 million today...I guess as desperation grows, so does the price tag.

So, when we complain about the costs associated with government taking over our lealth care sector, were we factoring in what it cost per vote of each wavering senator? I don't think so.

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