Recap: There's no such thing as 'the job-killing health-care bill'; the repeal vote is not the most important thing happening to the law right now; and Bruce Reed joins the White House.
2) "Maybe such organizations simply can’t be based in Washington and also be intellectually honest. After all, when politics and economics meet, politics always wins."
4) I'll be talking about the health-care repeal effort on Countdown with Chris Hayes (yes, I wrote that right) tonight.
Recipe of the day: Short-rib ragu.
| January 14, 2011; 7:02 PM ET
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