There seems to be a lot of "high fiving" and cheering because Congress won't vote until after the recess on health care reform, but tehre may be some real hidden dangers for the "anti-health care" types... First, it doesn't really matter if this gets voted on in July or October, it won't go into effect for three years or so anyway. Second, the "deal" that the RINOs are cutting with Max Baucus DOES not have a "public option," but the House bill will. You know what that means? It means reconciliation and the need for only a 50-50 vote in the Senate to pass whatever comes out of the conference committee. How much you want to bet that the final bill looks a whole lot more like the House plan than the RINO approved plan?