No matter how great sausage may taste, you don't want to watch it being made. Some nasty looking "parts" are ground up in the making. Imagine how horrible sausage would be if we were forced to watch it being made in front of us and its taste outcome was impossible to digest. Voila!, health care reform.
Our elected members of Congress each consider themselves expert health care reform sausage makers, with expertise in using too much pork. And some of the Congressional sausage makers have more sinister motives. These law-makers have as their primary focus to prevent any sausage from being made, good or bad.
Did we elect these bumbling members of Congress to pass meaningful legislation or try to make a horrible tasting sausage that nobody can stomach? After all, how many of them were professional sausage makers before being elected to Congress? And how many think it is a good idea to be led by the nose by sausage-making corporate competition in the market?