Very Funny New York Times Editorial

But since the editors have no sense of humor, I assume the humor here was unintended:

President Obama has shown both courage and sound judgment pressing for quick action on comprehensive health care reform…..His budget has proposed huge expenditures – $634 billion over 10 years – as a down payment…..

But his proposals, for all of their ambition, do not fully answer two central questions: how to cover tens of millions of uninsured Americans, and how to reform the health care system to reduce costs and improve the quality of care.

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  1. Bret says:

    It’s worse than not having a sense of humor. They have a sour, often angry , view of life.

  2. Joe S. says:

    Thee are only three basic problems: cost, quality and access. To propse to spend two thirds of a trillion dollars and not have any proposal for solving them is not really funny. It’s tragic.

  3. Nancy says:

    Peter Orszag is in the news this morning — still refusing to give any details on how the money will be spent.