Michael Steel appeared this morning at the National Press Club to talk about health care. And listening, it seemed like not only was he trying to get his bit in on this week’s health care debate but also rebrand himself as a serious policy thinker rather than just the political comedy relief he’s embodied over the last six or so months. But that was a bit undermined when he got a question on whether the bill should include an individual requirement to purchase coverage and he didn’t know what that meant.
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