Obama wants Dems and Repubs to find some middle ground.
The former Massachusetts governor, who campaigned with the Republican senator, shares his thoughts on the election and health care.
Health care. Wall Street. Unemployment. Nancy Pelosi's toothless smirk.
It's really that simple.
We know that's all you have time for.
The unabashed big-government liberal is ready to throw in the towel on Obama's presidency.
If you combine the numbers in recent polls, more people are leaning left on health-care reform than are leaning right.
How today's Massachusetts special election could change everything.
And health care reform marches on.
Martha Coakley is still confident, though.
New York is one of them.
Attempting a Sully-style landing while juggling chainsaws in the cockpit.
Right down party lines.
President Obama, if you ask Senator Russ Feingold.
That probably felt good, but this wasn't the big one.
Tom Coburn: "There will be several more attempts to derail this bill from a parliamentary standpoint by me."