Washington can take this advice from the Washington Post:
If there is a lesson in the Massachusetts vote, it is this: pass a bill. The nation needs reform. Democrats need an accomplishment. And Democratic activists and voters need a new cause: fixing reform, not abandoning it.
Or this advice from the voters:
If it’s about just passing a bill and showing an accomplishment, even if it’s wrong and goes contrary to what the American people want, then by all means do it. But buff up your resumes because you will be looking for jobs after November.
How many more elections do you need to watch before you hear the voice of the people? They spoke very clearly and very loudly in Massachusetts. We don’t want this health care bill. We don’t want anything crammed down our throats. We don’t believe that you know what’s best for us. And we are sure sick of how you are wrecklessly spending money you don’t even have.
If democratic activists need a new cause, how about this one: REPRESENT THE PEOPLE WHO ELECTED YOU AND LISTEN TO WHAT THEY ARE SAYING!
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