Given the economic difficulties still lingering in the United States, should health care have taken a backseat to jobs on Capitol Hill?
"From a political standpoint, you couldn't ask for a more difficult time to be [pushing through health care reform], so I would've gone with energy independence first because that's more directly connected to job creation," said Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Indiana.
Watch the video for more of Bayh's comments on the economy and upcoming elections.
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