Chris Wallace: You’re saying now that if you had known what was really in the bill, although last March you said you would have voted for it, you are now saying you would have voted against it?
Joe Manchin: Correct. Knowing the existence as far as how reaching it had been, as far as [garbled], I would have. And I think many people didn’t know about the bill. It ends up 2,000 pages or more. Bottom line, the concept was great as far as pre-existing conditions, how do we make sure more people have affordable insurance, how do we take care of children … keeping children on insurance longer because of the market conditions. There are a lot of good parts to it. Why won’t we fix what is wrong with it and make it better.