Matthew Yglesias makes a good point about all of the compromising taking place in Congress when it comes to health care reform. A bill that appeases “moderates” may not be appealing to voters. Health care reform that does not relieve people from their dependence on their employer for health insurance is not interesting to me in any way. I’d like to see coverage for the uninsured, of course, and a bill that reduces the rate of growth in health care costs is necessary, but what I want is for people to be able to go out on their own and purchase health insurance at a reasonable price.