Karl Rove provides some polling analysis on why 2014 has the potential to be a Democratic train wreck in light of the Obamacare rollout disaster and how its pulling other metrics down as well.Share on Facebook
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“Changing the rules after health plans have already met the requirements of the law could destabilize the market and result in higher premiums for consumers. Premiums have already been set for next year based on an assumption of when consumers will be transitioning to the new marketplace. If now fewer younger and healthier people choose to purchase coverage in the exchange, premiums will increase and there will be fewer choices for consumers……Share on Facebook
Mr. Obama said the changes should allow most people to retain their health care plans for a year despite having received letters saying they could no longer keep their insurance.
“Insurers can extend current plans that would otherwise be canceled into 2014,” Mr. Obama said. “This fix won’t solve every problem for every person, but it is going to help of lot of people.”Share on Facebook
Thinking of her as a possible presidential contender boosts media coverage and helps her cause, and so she will smile and play along if it can advance what she cares about, which is holding accountable the banks that are even bigger today than they were when the crisis hit in 2008.Share on Facebook
The basic concept of the Affordable Healthcare Law (Not Obamacare) is sound….
There needs to be some time to let it work….
These times of instant gradifcation are hurting our ability to get things done….
And playing to the Republican efforts to repeal the law and do a victory dance on Bracak Obama as President…..
Bill Clinton should be asshamed of himself…..Share on Facebook
Christie’s challenges extend beyond his own party: The poll finds Clinton getting the support of 44 percent of all adults in a hypothetical match up against the New Jersey governor, who gets 34 percent. The rest of respondents either preferred another candidate, said they would not vote, or were undecided.Share on Facebook
Daily Kos Elections Morning Digest 11/8/13… Jason Carter, grandson of Jimmy, to run for Georgia governor
GA-Gov: First-term Republican Gov. Nathan Deal had been running for reelection with no credible Democratic opposition, but that changed Thursday when state Sen. Jason Carter announced that he will seek to unseat the Governor. Carter is the grandson of former Gov. Jimmy Carter, who served from 1971 to 1975 (I’m told he also did some other stuff after that).Share on Facebook