Rep. Alan Grayson (D-Fla.) clarified on Monday that his "die quickly" speech was nothing like Rep. Joe Wilson's (R-S.C.) "You lie!" outburst.

"Comparing what Joe Wilson did to what I did -- it's not the same," he told MSNBC. "What I did is like a Bob Dylan protest song; what Joe Wilson did is like a belch."

During the course of Monday morning's interview, Grayson again defended his accusation that Republicans have no healthcare reform plan, repeated his "die quickly" line and restated his support for a public option in the House's final reform package. But he also offered some strong words for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), who he said needed to move faster to reconcile and approve his chamber's healthcare bill.

"My message to Harry Reid is that it's time to move on," Grayson said. "America cannot wait any longer; we're losing 44,789 Americans, who die every single year because they have no health insurance. That's 122 every single day. We have to move ahead to save these American lives, and we have to move now."