Eye on the ball

This thing with the tape is all very entertaining, but I find myself kind of brooding over this bit:

“They’re terrified of the issues,” said Ms. Raitt. “You know what? Good. Because when we win on this, we get all the credit.”

Fair enough. You win on this — “this” being a global shortage of isotopes that are crucial for the treatment of a lot of people who could, you know, die horribly — you should get all the credit.

But the conversation in question happened in January. It’s June. One-Two-three-four-five months later. And hospitals all over are running out of isotopes.

So I’ll put this question out to the house. What should you get all of if you don’t win on this?