Megan McArdle wasn't impressed by Thursday's health care summit.
The longer these things wear on, the more hardened opinion gets. I never saw this moving the needle of public opinion. Democrats have to decide if they want to ignore what the voters think, knowing that this will be an issue in the next election. I doubt they will, but maybe they care enough to toss away the house and the senate. After all, what's the point of winning elections if you don't get to push through your policy agenda?
The Atlantic sums up reaction from various columnists.