We call this reform?

Andy Borowitz pretty much accurately describes what's left of the health care reform bill. In his typically colorful fashion, Bob Cesca argues why what's left is still (barely) worth keeping. The sad part is that 10 years from now, we'll still have tens of millions of Americans with no health insurance, and thousands of them will be dying every month for easily preventable reasons. Many thousands more will still be going bankrupt because of medical bills. Americans have long viewed themselves as Exceptional. I always assumed they meant it in a positive sense.