With no one in the country paying a bit of attention since it's Christmas Eve: This morning Senate dems ram-rodded through a massive and widely unpopular health care "reform" bill -- the single biggest and most substantial piece of legislation since the Social Security Act of 1965 -- on a straight party-line vote. No one has had any chance to read or fully digest what's even in the Senate bill. Its passage clears the way for a merged Senate/House bill to head to the president's desk in January. It truly is a very Black Christmas. And one that I won't soon forget. It marks the day when I question for the first time in 40 years just how democratic of a nation this really is.