Episode 52 – Amendments, Sausage Making and a Few Laughs


It may not seem possible, but Jeff and Glenn actually have fun explaining the Senate Finance Committee health care amendments. No, we’re not kidding. They go into the substance, but offer up a lot of laughs in this new episode of PoliTalk. Listen as they substantively explain what you need to understand about the process and about what’s in the bills, and laugh while they rip on each other, and clear through the blizzards of acronyms and legal-ease.  Tired of people screaming at each other on political shows? Always informative and entertaining, it’s straight-forward political analysis on PoliTalk, your weekly political podcast.
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One response to “Episode 52 – Amendments, Sausage Making and a Few Laughs

  1. Was wondering if this bit of news was on your radar: http://www.wired.com/epicenter/2009/09/apple-denied-health-care-app-for-political-reasons-developer-says/comment-page-1/#comment-34860

    How powerful of a tool would this be in the hands of engaged citizens, regardless of the issue du jour?

    “The iSinglePayer application includes facts and figures that support a Canadian-style health insurance plan where the government insures citizens and reimburses health providers, but doesn’t employ the doctors. The app also uses GPS to determine a user’s political representatives, and how much money health companies have given them in campaign donations. It also gives users a single button to call lawmakers.”

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