Two years ago, President Obama signed into law ObamaCare, his signature piece of legislation. As a direct result of that law’s unpopularity, Congressional Democrats suffered devastating defeats in the midterm election of 2010, losing more than sixty seats in the House. It would be an understatement to say the President’s healthcare overhaul law is merely “unpopular.
The labor market isn’t going to let Team Obama out. Its troubles will continue to drain the president’s popularity and perhaps result in large losses for congressional Democrats in the 2010 midterms. Read Post
Add Paul Ryan to the list of conservatives that do not approve of "Romneycare," the signature legislative achievement of Republican nominee Mitt Romney while he was governor of Massachusetts. In January 2010, Ryan said in an intervi... Read Post