WOW! Junk DNA as a metaphor! We have arrived!

In an article in The New Republic about how Republicans are being disingenous by opposing the health care bill on account of its length, Harold Pollack writes:

Most of the junk DNA of the Senate bill is the usual block-and-tackle of complicated legislation, and is of no particular ideological or partisan concern. Many of the Senate bill’s 2,000 pages concern proposed delivery reforms and other measures that are widely supported by policy wonks across the political spectrum, including those in the recently-departed Bush administration. There’s a lot of complex detail to get right.

I am so proud.

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