It's hard to see him changing the playing field at this late date--for which he can put a lot of the blame on himself, naturally. But it is good to see him actually commit to something concrete instead of speaking in vagaries about aspects of the multiple plans which are in various stages of development.
I want to see everyone have medical coverage. Oh, and I'm not alone on that one.
And I'm definitely curious to see if he'll actually commit to the application of the Hyde Amendment to his proposal--instead of merely describing the Amendment as a tradition analogous to Black Friday shopping sprees. Oh, and I'm not alone on that one, either.