Howard Dean: Washington Is Like A "Religious Cult" Who Is "Resistant To Change"

Howard Dean speaks again, this time to Esquire magazine. He refers to Washington as a "religious cult" who is "resistant to change" and uses the Health Care Reform bills that are making their way through congress as a prime example.

From HuffPo's Rachel Weiner:

In an interview with Esquire magazine, former Vermont Governor Howard Dean (author of a new book, "Howard Dean's Prescription for Real Health Care Reform," explained why there was so much resistance to a public health care option.

ESQ: Speaking of the Obama plan, you're even stronger than he has been lately in support of the public plan. You say that without it, it's not reform.

HD: It's not. It's a waste of time. Don't pretend you're going to do health-insurance reform unless you're really going to change the system. The discussions in the Senate have not been about changing the system.

ESQ: They seem to be worried about preserving the status quo.

HD: Washington is the most conservative town in America. Its culture is the most resistant to change except a few religious cults.


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