Today in Belgrade, Montana, President Obama pushed for his healthcare plan to a usually conservative Montana, saying we must extend coverage to the uninsured.
Later, Rep. John Murtha (D-PA) stated, "We're taking some time to make sure it's done right.
Murtha also said "I don't know that we'll get something done before January, and even then we may not get it done. We're going to do it right when it's finally done."
There has been a split among Democrats of whether this reform should be passed.
Murtha has told Speaker Pelosi, "Let's not rush this thing."
A voter in Montana has gone on the record and stated: "I believe that there is a health care crisis, I really do," "Do I believe that the government needs to be more involved? No!"