Regarding e-cigarettes, and e-cigars: They are totally different than cigarettes and cigars. There is no tar, no smoke, and people would live far longer if they quit real cigarettes and began smoking e-cigarettes. The ninnies and nanny-staters should be glad when anyone quits smoking and takes up e-cigs instead.
The Associated Press's recent error-filled article concerning the ObamaCare Spanish-language site apparently is the best story published by the AP over the last month.
The Associated Press's recently published but factually challenged report that the ObamaCare Spanish-language site is written in “Spanglish” is both funny and pathetic. Years of high-school Spanish seem to have been wasted upon these journalists.
Objectively, Americans in both parties are furious and frightened. The only question now, besides how long Democrats can wait for the law to work before they run from it, is how long Republicans can criticize it before their panicked constituents ask them to fix it.
Daschle is a little guy, but he’s tough, shrewd, and as a former majority leader, he understood power. He knew how to negotiate, and that meant sometimes negotiating with Republicans.
The greatest thing that could come out of the current debate over ObamaCare is a seismic shift in the way Americans think of health insurance.
Republican Washington, D.C., insiders have spent the past month wagging their fingers at Tea Party types and telling anyone who will listen that these people just don’t understand realpolitik and the "politics of the possible."
After all, the ACA's customer satisfaction has a very low bar to rise above: In 2012 only 22 percent of Americans reported satisfaction with the healthcare system.