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Posted at 7:20 PM ET, 01/18/2011

Reconciliation

By Ezra Klein

Recap: Comparing America with health-care reform to America with health-care repeal; why the market can't solve the health-care problem; and the sad reality of congressional debate.

Elsewhere:

1) A beautiful remembrance of Sargent Shriver.

2) The problems with policy reporting.

3) House Republicans seem less excited than the Republican presidential contenders over a debt-limit debate.

4) Elizabeth Warren for Senate?

5) I'll be on “Countdown” tonight talking health-care reform.

Recipe of the day: Farro risotto.

By Ezra Klein  | January 18, 2011; 7:20 PM ET
 
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Comments

Ezra, six separate posts today on health care?

Check with your doctor. You might be getting a bad case of Sargentmonomania!

Posted by: johnmarshall5446 | January 18, 2011 10:26 PM | Report abuse

eunice and sargent shriver made our country a better place.
what wonderful people they were.

may they rest in peace,
and gratitude,
for all of the good they did,
in this world.

Posted by: jkaren | January 18, 2011 11:15 PM | Report abuse

Ezra, are you public schooled educated? You are with out a doubt an uneducated individual who spouts false statements in the hopes those who read are less educated than you are.

Commenting on MSLSD on Oberlin's show proves you are incapable of understanding real business issues in this country, showing your lack of real economic issues to back up your statements.

I use to read the comic section of the WaPo to get my laughs, but changed to Ezra's business comments instead. Had me laughing harder than real cartoons.

Ron Richard

Posted by: ourhome2 | January 18, 2011 11:23 PM | Report abuse

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