Matthew Holt of Spot On analyzes McCain's health care program, and pretty much tells us two things:
1. If this program were enacted it would be a big mess, and fairly catastrophic for anyone who is, say, sick.
2. It will never be enacted.
I find it most telling that the McCain plan, supposedly the plan of the party who thinks any government-based health care program is a sign of the apocalypse, is prepared to relegate anyone who is actually sick to such a government-based program.
In other words: go to hell, sick people.
So, you know, I think McCain should probably have a hard time getting the vote of anyone who has ever been sick, is sick, or is afraid of getting sick with this plan, don't you?