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Some major movement by October.

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But opponents in the GOP are already pouncing on government involvement. Listen to Newt Gingrich on "Face the Nation" this morning. If you think the government can't run General Motors, why would you think they can run health care? Is this going to be a huge sticking point? And the thing is, you have to remember, Newt Gingrich, I believe, is giving out misinformation. I hope I don't get into a lot of trouble here, but one of the things that President Obama has said all along is that if you have a health care plan now that you're happy with, things won't change.

And that talk that Newt Gingrich was talking about, it's like retrospect to We are having a different health care debate right now because one of the things the Obama team has learned is from the Clinton health care debate back in the '90s. And that they are talking about giving people who don't have insurance here some choices. Not necessarily rationing it. What Gingrich is trying to do is have inflammatory conversation instead of a rational one that Congress can craft a plan and a rational conversation.

And sure, there are concerns about costs and services that you will get, but for people who have no care right now, something is better than nothing.

And a lot of people need to be aware of this. So many people are losing jobs. And issues of portability and health insurance and paying for this is a very big issue that cuts across all kinds of And most of the comments that we've gotten says exactly what you're saying.

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That anything is better than nothing. And I want to get your opinion on this, Lynn. Sarah Palin brings out the crowds in New York this weekend. Her every move was followed by hoards of cameras, sort of like the campaign trail, right? Plus, we're going to have this for you. Are they political pawns? Two American journalists on the trail in North Korea.

And one day, his mobile home is repossessed. The next, according to the record, lottery jackpot. Who is this lonesome cowboy? She's getting a lot of buzz on her weekend trip to New York. Lynn, Mitt Romney is also out. And some are saying that this is the unofficial start to the Republican presidential race. We're going to talk about that in a bit. But, first, my colleague Mary Snow caught up with Governor Palin tonight. Take a look. She went to a ball game, also attended an event yesterday where some 20, people showed up.

How was she received tonight at the event that you attended? They said they came earlier than they have planned because they wanted to try and meet her.


And certainly, there was a lot of buzz. A lot of questions about whether or not she is going to try and run again, this time for president. And certainly, some say that this is an indication, especially doing these events, drawing these types of crowds.

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When she criticized reportedly, yesterday, the president's foreign policy, economic policies, did she do that at the event you attended? SNOW: She did not say anything tonight about the administration. Her comments were really not political here tonight. She focused on the organization that was honoring her, that helps to save disabled people. The only comment she made was that, you know, because they came in second on the ticket out of two, people still have advocated her for the disable. Tell me about it. SNOW: Yes.

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I tried to pull her over. I knew she was at the Yankee game this afternoon with Rudy Giuliani. And I asked here how was the game? And she just said very quickly, we won. As if she's now a New Yorker, after being here for three days. Some say these are signs of things to come. The Republicans out and about.

Sarah Palin drawing big crowds. And Mary Snow was there. Mary, we appreciate it. Thank you. SNOW: Sure. Yesterday, 20, people, when she was in Auburn, New York, she drew a crowd of 20, people. Do you think -- and then Mitt Romney was out doing the same thing. And, you know, they were talking about the president's health care and talking about foreign policy. Is this a coincidence?