DOBIASYou know, I think those are interesting comments. From observing Capitol Hill at a pretty close level, I -- you know, I think there's an ebb and flow to the legislative process. And, you know, people ask me all the time, well, why did -- you know, why health care reform? Why now? And, you know, sometimes the answer is just as simple as, the timing was there. And, I think, over the past decade or so, you know, the timing just may not have been there. While you had a GOP run Congress or other priorities, other legislative issues that came up. Also, I think a lot of it is also difficult to do when it's not done comprehensively. You know, we talk about, you know, one part of the health reform law affecting another part where they -- you know, to the untrained eye, they don't look like they're related, but they genuinely are. So, I think, some of those reforms that the Congressman was talking about would have been difficult to do in a vacuum.