Obama is not leaving the pivots to the players on the court. Instead, he continues to make half-hearted "pivots" to the economy at a time when Americans are struggling to find full-time work and are dealing with the disastrous rollout of Obamacare.
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It would seem a stretch to believe that, with all they're doing to wage war on women, conservatives would think that women would vote for them in droves -- if only they truly understood the conservative message.
The media has been far, far too negative about Obama. Yes, he has problems he must deal with, but the fix is in, and the comeback will soon begin, and the House GOP wallows at 9 percent popularity while the GOP civil war has only begun.
The biggest myth of the Obamacare debate goes like this: The failures of Obamacare prove that the government can't be trusted to run our health care system.
"We're just gently nudging younger people into seeing how beneficial the new health care system is," says Health and Human Services/Biological Havoc spokesperson Alan Kollop.
Our government knows how to pay for things. But it doesn't often know how to do them correctly. That's why three young San Francisco coders were able ...
Case in point: the current troubles of the healthcare.gov portal. Yes, it is more than a snafu. And yes, it's quite scandalous. But, at this point, who in the United States isn't fully aware of the problem?
The Apologizer in Chief is back at it. This time he apologized for something or another related to the rollout of the Affordable Care Act. It's not...
I have an edge. Sarcasm and irony are two of my favorite things. I am a wide eyed optimist. I love a happy ending. This is the dichotomy that is me. Lou Reed meets Jack Johnson.
Voters who disapprove of Congress should "throw out the bums" who create the conditions that voters despise, and should defeat do-nothing and obstruct-everything Republicans in Washington.
Controversial tactics are par for the course in politics. Businesses, including online dating sites, do not often make political statements to attract customers. Exceptions to every rule, however, exist.
Antitrust laws should be used to prevent larger healthcare organizations from stifling competition in local markets but large medical businesses competing on price, service and quality is what the country needs to lower healthcare costs.
Most who don't really understand technology have been speaking of the Obamacare website as if it only had two possible states: "broken" and "working." The truth is a little subtler than that. This could be a political disaster in the making -- a separate disaster than the initial rollout.
The goal of near universal health coverage still is right for the country, and in the absence of reasonable alternatives which accomplish the goal, we have to work with what we have. Thirty million uninsured depend upon it.
Bill Clinton's very clever statement is about one thing, and one thing alone: positioning Hillary Clinton in 2016.