The reform program demanded identifying and implementing the best practices from around the world for economic innovation and growth compatible with human health and environmental sustainability, including models in the U.S., Germany, Brazil, Argentina, China, and India, and an end to energy dependence on oil. The new health care system will draw from the effective Cuban model of primary care available in schools, communities and workplaces, using U.S. information technology to coordinate care, implemented by professionals in non-hierarchical categories, who reflect the populations of their communities. Health care and education - including for health professions - will be entirely publicly subsidized, and housing prices stabilized at 1990 levels.

Communications were transferred to the Stewart/Colbert/Maddow network, in partnership with Our Bodies Ourselves, radio KKCR /Kauai and radio KPOO/San Francisco. The Defense Department was eliminated, with the resulting financial windfall redirected to the lifetime care of military veterans.

The top .01% of the U.S. wealthy were given the option of life at sea with video simulation games stroking their egos, and periodic air-lifts of supplies; or 5 years of pro-bono work as classroom assistants in newly revitalized elementary schools.

Opposition to the health care program was promptly abandoned by the health insurance, hospital, medical, drug and information technology industries, as well as by the labor movement and its trust funds and by the Chamber of Commerce. Karen Ignani announced her retirement, and PNHP admitted that it wasn't really all Liz Fowler's fault, energizing an explosion of critical and strategic thinking.