The health insurance debate among Democrats is like my friends and I arguing about what kind of Ferrari to buy: I want a blue one. One of the guys insists on a sedan. Another says we should be pragmatic and stick with a middle-of-the-road model, and go with standard red paint to save money.
Like the health plans offered by Congress, these are all ridiculous and unaffordable options. Unlike Congress, my friends and I can’t make everyone else pay for our stupid ideas. Guess this is what happens when legislation is steered by Progressives whose definition of progress is limitless entitlements at the cost of “the rich!”