I just heard Bill Clinton on NPR's Morning Edition, waxing reminiscent about his administration's spectacularly failed health care plan. When he claimed that it bombed because of high deficits, the commentator (a quick one) quickly countered by referencing the political opposition. Roughly quoting: "Oh, well that was just because the health insurance companies didn't want it. But there's enough support today for it." Perhaps they didn't want socialist health care.
I'll check back later this morning with a more accurate transcript.