Welcome to St. Louis, Mr. President. I'm a supporter. I also believe we need to reform the health care system, and I hope you fail in your efforts to do so.[Click here for sound effect]. It's the no-bill-is-better-than-a-bad-bill argument: change in health care, writes McClellan, should be "fundamental," not a "tinkering around the edges." And even if the overhaul bill gets pushed through, the columnist says, everybody's health insurance premiums will go up anyway and Obama will be blamed.
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