President Barack Obama is so determined to get healthcare reform done that he would go to the moon, his spokesman says.
The healthcare debate keeps going round and round. And it’s still weeks before Congress gets back from summer recess when something can actually happen — if lawmakers are so inclined.
The training wheels are off for the Obama administration, which has passed the six-month mark in office. But officials are just now learning the Washington sport of backpedaling.
Lots of storms swirling today.
Tropical Storm Claudette hit the Florida coast in the wee hours of the morning, whipping morning television into the obligatory frenzy of reporting from rain-soaked correspondents demonstrating the weather.
Sarah Palin has issued a robust — and lengthy! — response to President Barack Obama after he accused her of trying to scare old folks for raising questions about “death panels.”
The White House is singling out gone-but-not-forgotten Sarah Palin for whipping up some of the opposition to Democratic healthcare proposals.
All eyes on President Barack Obama’s news conference tonight at 8 p.m.
With his almost daily statements on healthcare, it’s going to take skill to say it all again in a new way.
This time it’s the Blue Dogs turning their noses up at healthcare reform proposals.
President Barack Obama keeps up the march on healthcare, although today’s headlines are turning a bit pessimistic.
The numbers are down and that’s not good for President Barack Obama’s healthcare push.