Remember when Mr. Obama promised that his "Affordable Care Act" would drive down health insurance premiums?
My, how times change...
According to a piece (with video) at The Hill, "Premiums will rise in 2015 under ObamaCare, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said on Wednesday.'I think premiums are likely to go up, but go up at a smaller pace
than what we’ve seen since 2010,' Sebelius said in response to a
question from Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-Minn.). 'The increases are far less significant than what they were prior to
the Affordable Care Act,' she said during testimony to the House Ways
and Means Committee."
“It’s going to be very hard to hold the Senate — I think the Senate goes,” Chris Matthews said on MSNBC's Morning Joe earlier today. “I think we heard from the Ghost of Christmas Future this
week; they’re going to lose the Senate,” he added, referring to
Republican David Jolly’s victory Tuesday in Florida’s special
The fat lady hasn't begun to sing, but it sounds like she's in the wings and warming-up...
During the Democrats' all-night climate change "talkathon"/ sleepover in the Senate last night, Sen. Cory Booker (D., N.J. -- aka: media darling) let the world know that once upon a time, he drove all the way to the Aloha State. “I just do want to say that right after I turned 17 and got my New
Jersey driver’s license, one of the earliest places I drove was a trip —
the only trip I have ever taken was to Hawai'i,” he said.
So which freeway did he take?
Bonus: Dan Quayle still not getting a pass from the media...
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