In Louisiana, in the land where the Affordable Care Act, (Obamacare) has few friends, Mary Landrieu is running for U.S. Senate with the albatross around her neck because of her vote, but is she hurting herself further in her campaign to win a 4th term?
|Rep. Renee Ellmers, R-N.C., says she is "frustrated" by the impact of the president's health care law on her constituents.
|House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., finds it odd Republicans have to be taught how to run against women without offending female voters, though she added, "They've made an art of running against women in ways that we think are inappropriate."
|After a briefing on the interim nuclear agreement with Iran, House GOP lawmakers condemned the deal, with Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., saying the administration's case was "unconvincing," and Rep. Trent Franks, R-Ariz., accusing the administration of "naivete."
While Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal has forever been penning opinion pieces nationally as to how the Obamacare engine will wreck even if the website gets a fix, and while he continues to claim it is stupid to discuss the 2016 elections, others, who make their own living at this type of thing, have their own opinions.
Case in point: As early as April 2010, Media Matters had counted eight different things that had been touted as “Obama’s Katrina,” including the BP oil spill (Limbaugh, Drudge, Fox.etc. vs. facts here); the GM bankruptcy (Politico, June 8, 2009); the H1N1 flu (Rush Limbaugh, Nov. 3, 2009); the Fort Hood shootings (Human Events, Nov. 11, 2009); the Christmas underwear bomber (Pajamas Media, Dec. 29, 2009); the Haiti earthquake (Wall Street Journal, Jan. 25, 2010); the Kentucky ice storms (Confederate Yankee, Feb.
November 15, 2013 12:24 PM
White House spokesman Jay Carney reiterates President Obama's opposition to a House bill that preserves insurance plans canceled due to Obamacare, saying the legislation would "undermine a central premise" of the health care law.
November 15, 2013 6:05 AM
Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his wife, Ann Romney, talk to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about issues with the Obamacare rollout, the Republican Party, as well as what they're doing, one year after the election.
November 13, 2013 7:58 AM
Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC's "Morning Joe," talks about his new book, "The Right Path: From Ike to Reagan, How Republicans Once Mastered Politics--and Can Again," the state of Republican politics, as well as his own political ambitions.
To say that the rollout of Obama Care has been disastrous would be to praise it.