President Obama, his plans to ram through health care “reform” without Republican input derailed by the voters, is now calling for bipartisanship. That is fine, as long as he realizes that he has to start over. The Democratic Party’s plan was firmly rejected, so there is no use building upon it. Bipartisanship means, at a minimum, that he must now listen to the Republicans-and the voters. Ideological rigidity is the wrong health care prescription.