You may not have noticed it happen.
There was a breeze though. A change in the direction of the wind. A faint but noticeable fragrance of lilacs. Something happened.
It was yesterday. I was outside enjoying the spring sun. And then it happened.
Americans found themselves covered by health insurance. All of them. When a new bill, complicated and completely new for an America that is increasingly wary of government involvement in their life, was voted on and passed the American houses of representation.
This is the kind of moment that, had it taken place two thousand years ago, would be written about by scholars as though some cloth separating the people from the experience of rightness was ripped in half.
Something happened. And for millions of Americans, life will never be the same.