The latest chart, which can be found at http://docs.house.gov/gopleader/House-Democrats-Health-Plan.pdf is chock full of great stuff.
It shows the flow between consumers and the various entities that would be set up under this plan, with arrows in multiple colors pointing to big boxes, circles, squares, octagons, rectangles, triangles and more.
Soon after it appeared on Drudge yesterday, I saw it on the House floor. That poster board will probably get a big workout in the next few days.
There are boxes for "Federal Mandates for Website Design (I didn't find that one in the actual bill), "Accountable Care Organization," "Office of Minority Health," and on and on.
When you think about strategy right now, the big cards for Republicans are pretty obvious - you attack on the complexity and bureaucracy of the plan, as well as on the cost and the taxes needed.
Those items really hold the key for opponents of the plan.
So if you see "The Chart," don't be surprised.