by Patrick Appel

Megan wondered yesterday if other conservative Democrats who don't particularly want health care reform to pass will act:

Lieberman is in some ways in the easiest position--the party is not helping him get reelected, and he's going to lose his committees eventually anyway, because everyone's mad at him.  So the other weak sisters are willing to let him take the lead.  But if he gives in, will they go along, or will they just find their own reasons for saying no?

TNC counters Megan over whether Lieberman will be, or should be, stripped of his committees.

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