Healthcare Bill Senator Boxer’s Missouri Compromise: “A House Divided Against Itself Cannot Stand”

Dear Readers,

When I was thinking yesterday morning about the implications of the Senate’s healthcare bill, I started thinking about the issue of compromise.

Then, I remembered Abraham Lincoln’s amazing speech about the (Congressional and people’s) house divided of his day–over the issue of slavery.

Please go to one of the links below to read what I wrote, and then: circulate this call-to-action; post-it to Facebook; Twitter-it; and encourage your family, friends and colleagues to take action.

While there is no time to waste, we do have time to organize: According to a White House statement this morning, the work on the healthcare bill may go past the State of the Union speech. Let’s make it right.


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