Ed Schultz has Grover Norquist on to discuss the GOPs problems and the Republican "plan" for health care. Grover gives the standard Republican boilerplate - tort reform (less litigation) and less regulation (less state health-care mandates) are the solutions to our health care conundrum. I'm glad at the end of the interview Ed points out that less than 1 percent of total cost of health care are due to litigation.
They also touch on the Republican's "new" group, the National Council for a New America, which consists of Newt Gingrich, John McCain, Eric Cantor, Bobby Jindhal, John Boehner, and Jeb Bush. A cast of fresh faces it is not. The same old guys spouting the same old rhetoric.