Such people in office might include Bernie Sanders, Russ Feingold. Prominent though not an officeholder is Howard Dean. I hope they pass the test by folding.
In a way, the very fact that I have doubted the possibility of really good reform has been helpful to my equilibrium, because I’ll take any improvement I can get and be pleased about it. Insuring the uninsurable would be a major improvement, and spreading the idea of shared risk is good civics. Let’s hope they’ll take what they can get, too.