Some editorial writers and commentators stayed up late Sunday night to write their reflections about the House passage of the health care legislation. Here is a sampling:
Chicago Tribune: Victory, but at what cost? Fix it.
Wall Street Journal: The Doctors of the House: A landmark of liberal governance whose price will be very steep.
New York Times: Health Care Reform, At last.
Los Angeles Times: A historic first step, but Congress needs to do more.
National Review: ObamaCare isn't inevitable.
Weekly Standard: One word Republican agenda: Appeal
Newt Gingrich: This will not stand
Washington Examiner: Democrats to America: Drop Dead
Ben Stein: Democrats stab constitution in the back.
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