If healthcare reform is overturned, blame the court

The American Prospect's Jamelle Bouie thinks a strike-down of the Affordable Care Act would be the fault of no one, save an overly partisan Supreme Court.

Admin's drone usage a bad call
Townhall's Katie Kieffer thinks the way the president employs drones is both illegal and poor policy.

Dems need better messaging to middle class
Americablog's John Aravosis wonders
if the unpopularity of Obamacare is due to a failure to communicate what it does for those who already have insurance.

The imperial presidency

Hot Air's Ed Morrissey says Obama–and the left–have changed their mind on unilateral executive power now that they have it.


Economy trumps immigration for Hispanics
A poll finds Hispanics chief concerns are healthcare, unemployment and economic growth, The Hill's Jonathan Easley reports.

Campaign tries to humanize Romney
The candidate has consciously tried to show his softer side the last few weeks, The Hill's Justin Sink reports.