Pawlenty does a good job of attacking the Democrats' health care plans and manages to get a fairly obvious punch in to Romney:
Massachusetts's experience should caution Congress against focusing primarily on access. While the Massachusetts plan has reduced the number of uninsured people, costs have been dramatically higher than expected. The result? Increased taxes and fees. The Boston Globe has reported on a current short-term funding gap and the need to obtain a new federal bailout.
Let the games begin, but couldn't it wait until after 2010?