Although Senate Democrats say they are not positive what will be in the health-care reform plan that brings them all together, they are expressing optimism that they will come together. A preliminary agreement was hatched by five centrist and five liberal Democrats which would solve differences over the public option and how to pay for reform, according to The New York Times. “Any big agreement is progress,” Sen. Bob Casey, Democrat of Pennsylvania, told the paper. “Even if we do not know any of the details.” Sen. Dianne Feinstein seemed to express the mood after the agreement was announced. “There was no explanation. It was sort of go team, go," the senator said.