Oh, yeah. Good point.
No Republicans like it. A bunch of Democrats don't like it, either. Great.
The Internet commentator has discovered that both Serena Williams and Barack Obama are scary black people.
The answers will determine whether reform passes — and what your health insurance will ultimately look like in the Age of Obamacare.
The health-care debate had become so inane it seemed to prohibit the basic conditions of good speechmaking. My preemptive cynicism turned out to be both very right and very wrong.
Moderate Democrats are feeling a little better today.
The South Carolina congressman is regretting his "You Lie!" outburst this morning.
Political observers of all stripes weigh in on the speech that could make or break health-care reform.
Representative Boustany sponsored the death panels his party has been fearmongering about.
A little last-minute advice from a guy who's been there.
A man's finger is bitten off at a rally in L.A.
He'll give his health-care speech before a joint session of Congress. Guy seems serious.
Despite the fact that ...
Can his new, more hands-on strategy get things back on track?
Also overheard at Representative Tom Bishop's public health-care meeting: "We don't give a s--t about Ted Kennedy!"
Yikes, that's not going to look good.
Massachusetts may be coming around to appointing a quick replacement for Kennedy.
The passing of Ted Kennedy changes the math in the Senate, but could it end up helping the Democrats?