This is a good day.
For those in need, yes, of course.
The more important thing, I hope, will be the gradual return to America as a community. The attempt to put us all in the healthcare system together, sharing the pain of payment, was a step at restoring the common path that has been so systematically destroyed by the right wing over the past 35-40 years.
Just yesterday NPR had an interview with a blue collar guy who noted that he was dependent on food stamps and Medicare but still "had a lot of conservative values". In other words, he'd bought the lies and voted for the party that was fucking him over and against the party which provided him with his needs.
This only worked because of a split in the sense of community.
We're marching back.