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The Seminal Watercooler: Grassley’s Bipartisanship

Chuck Grassley, everybody:

"There is some fear because in the House bill, there is counseling for end-of-life," Grassley said. "And from that standpoint, you have every right to fear. You shouldn’t have counseling at the end of life. You ought to have counseling 20 years before you’re going to die. You ought to plan these things out. And I don’t have any problem with things like living wills. But they ought to be done within the family. We should not have a government program that determines if you’re going to pull the plug on grandma."

Repeating the Sarah Palin smear. And this is the guy we’re negotiating with? This is the buy who’s looking for a bipartisan deal? The same guy who is now lying about health care?


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Jason Rosenbaum

Jason Rosenbaum

Writer, musician, activist. Currently consulting for Bill Halter for U.S. Senate and a fellow at the New Organizing Institute.