So they Tea Party didn’t go anywhere, and has gotten bigger. And what about the Republicans??? The lamestream had hoped …
Or spin the lies …
Obama claims, for example, that the ObamaCare exchange glitches don’t matter to 85% of Americans who already have insurance and who, he says, are already benefiting from the law’s new mandates.
That’s not entirely true. Previously insured workers across the country have lost their jobs or seen their hours cut. IBD has been cataloging companies that specifically cited ObamaCare for making such cutbacks, and the number now exceeds 350, including more than 100 school districts.
“The disastrous rollout of ObamaCare’s insurance exchanges has brought into sharp focus the GOP charge that President Obama is better at campaigning than governing. Republicans have long needled the president as unable to convert adoring crowds and electoral momentum into inside-the-Beltway success, and the failures of the ObamaCare website has given them new ammunition.”
JAMES TARANTO: Co-Op Country: A real estate metaphor for Washington.
No one can outdo Thomas Friedman in the production of labored metaphors, but give Paul Krugman an “E” for Enron–uh, we mean effort. . . .
WOLF BLITZER: Hey, Maybe The GOP’s Right About Delaying ObamaCare.
Deeply ingrained in the psyche of every congressional Republican is the government shutdown of 1995, for which Republicans were blamed. While many Republicans now believe the shutdown was a mistake, more think the problem was that the party lost its nerve.
Slavery was once the Law of The Land, see “Dred Scott v Sandford” for details.
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