The results of the CBO scoring of the Senate Finance Committee health care reform bill are in. The numbers seem to line up with the framework President Obama asked for but as most of us know the devil is in the details. But the good thing is because the numbers look good on paper it is very likely that the bill itself will get voted out of committee. And that means we still have a fighting chance of getting health care done this year and with a public option when the two Senate bills merge and then when that amalgamation merges with the House bill. So this is still a move forward to everyone fighting for real health care reform. Now its time for the rubber to hit the road and for the progressives and liberal leaders in both houses of Congress to stand up and lead on the issue.