Don’t blame me: I voted for the other guy. From before the “You Lie!” speech:
Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin (D-Md.), a strong advocate of a public insurance plan, concedes that such a package is likely to be costly. “The larger the bill is, the more it’s going to save,” and that, he said, is the key.
(Via Kausfiles) Although admittedly Cardin came out against reconciliation. I wonder if that’s still true of him, though?
Crossposted to RedState.