So the unthinkable has happened: The Mass. Senate seat that Teddy Kennedy held for 46 years has been ceded to Republican Scott Brown. Such a blow to the Democratic party should be a wake-up call for Obama and his colleagues in DC that they will need to fight to retain their current legislative control. They will also need to come up with some way to reform health care that acknowledges and validates the concerns of scores of Americans, while simultaneously achieving justice for the underserved. What a schizophrenic nation is ours: 50 million uninsured Americans, yet 46% of citizens (according to a recent NBC/Wall St. Journal poll) think Obama’s plan for reform is a bad idea. Could a clearer distinction between the haves and have-nots be drawn?
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