In the last week and a half, Obama has rediscovered his voice on health care--telling audiences he is determined to achieve comprehensive reform, not some piecemeal version, and that he is willing to fight for it. And, administration officials say, the sentiments are genuine.
I'm not sure what it is about that final sentence that depresses me more:
That administration officials felt the need to say it? Or that Cohn was able to repeat it without any apparent irony?