Well, there you go: a 1% drop, and they are already discussing the public option
S&P 1500: Public option? In this country? Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
S&P 1400: We won't have a public option in this country for the next 1000 years! Profits are sacred!
S&P 1300: Who is talking about public option? Leftists? They're all of them Commies. They're all of them wrong.
S&P 1200: Public option would be a disaster for this country. It's not gonna work.
S&P 1100: But I admit that we must do something about healthcare.
S&P 1000: We have a healthcare crisis! But public option would be un-American!
S&P 900: We have to find a workable compromise. This cash drain on the budget is too serious.
S&P 800: Perhaps we could even incorporate some of the Leftist ideas in the final bill.
S&P 700: I think I may be willing to put up with a public option.
S&P 600: I demand the Congress to set up a public option!
S&P 500: Our economy is collapsing! My stocks are down! Help!
S&P 400: Anything that might get us out of this crisis! I'll vote for it! I swear I will! Half of my UNH stock for the healthcare reform! I can't take it any longer!
S&P 300: I have always supported the idea of socialization of the means of production.
S&P 200: My mother was a smith and my father a housemaid! Down with capitalism!
S&P 100: My account statement shows I still have 10,000 shares of UNH left. Does anybody want to take them for free?