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Protect health insurers!

Will Ferrell, Jon Hamm, Olivia Wilde, Thomas Lennon, Donald Faison, Linda Cardellini, Masi Oka, Ben Garant, Jordana Spiro, lauren, Drew, and chad_carter">Protect Insurance Companies PSA from Will Ferrell

Thomas Lennon: "... and I'm not being sarcastic, not at all."

After the jump: Bill O'Reilly (really!) endorses the public option:

UPDATE: O'Reilly later clarified that when he said "government" he actually meant government-subsidized and government-regulated private industry for the folks.

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