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"The American people should not have faith in the public option until members of Congress voluntarily enroll in Medicaid." says Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) in a fantastic article published today in the Huffington Post, in which he makes a pitch for his health care reform legislation.  Coburn's case is so damaging to the claims of 'single-payer' or 'public option' advocates that I'm almost shocked the HuffPo agreed to run it.  But good for them.  You
can check it out here.

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