Two worlds are colliding, perhaps creating the perfect storm of political prowess. Jim Messina, an Obama insider who ran the president’s campaign...
According to the Washington Post's Ezra Klein, former president Bill Clinton is ultimately to blame for President Obama's oft-repeated 4-Pinocchio-grade lie that folks who like their health insurance plans under ObamaCare could keepShow More Summary
Co-host of MSNBC’s The Cycle, Krystal Ball, scolded former President Bill Clinton on Wednesday over his admonishment of President Barack Obama for not honoring his “commitment” to those who are losing their health plans.
Bill Clinton surprised observers this week when he said during an interview "I personally believe, even if it takes a change in the law the president should honor the commitment that the federal government made to those people and let...Show More Summary
Jonathan Chait has Bubba's number: If you want to make sure every healthy person paying low rates in the individual market right now can keep their [sic] plan, then you have two choices. One is to abolish Obamacare altogether, which...
Geraldo Rivera told Fox News Wednesday afternoon that Bill Clinton had "deserted" President Barack Obama in his interview yesterday calling for changes in the Affordable Care Act, a deliberate attempt to...
1. The Affordable Care Act's political position has deteriorated dramatically over the last week. President Bill Clinton's statement that the law should be reopened to ensure everyone who likes their health plans can keep them was a signal event. It … Continue reading ?
The panel guests on MSNBC’s Now with Alex Wagner debated on Wednesday President Bill Clinton’s intentions on Tuesday when he told an interviewer that President Barack Obama should keep his “commitment” to those losing their health insurance plans as a result of the Affordable Care Act.
Bill Clinton did it again. On Tuesday, he interjected himself into the ongoing political tussle over the implementation of Obamacare by declaring that President Barack Obama "should honor" his "commitment" to allow people to hang on to their preexisiting health insurance plans. Show More Summary
The White House announced today that President Obama will award Presidential Medals of Freedom next Wednesday to 16 people including former President Bill Clinton. Clinton thrust himself into the ongoing debate over Obamacare yesterday by advising the current president to keep his promise that Americans who like their health insurance will be able to keep it in [...]
Some liberals are freaking out over former President Bill Clinton's suggestion that President Obama "honor the commitment" that if you like your health insurance plan, you can keep it.
Says Jonathan Easley at The Hill in a piece titled "Obama is boxed in by Bill Clinton." Do we really need Republicans to explain that Bill is out to help Hillary? How could anyone begin to analyze Bill Clinton's remarks about Obamacare...Show More Summary
The idea of passing legislation to allow all Americans to keep their coverage got a boost Tuesday when President Bill Clinton added his voice to the debate. "I personally believe even if it takes a change in the law, the president should...Show More Summary
Bill Clinton's comments may have been the tipping point. Yesterday, the former president told an interviewer that the White House...
So Bill Clinton, pretty plainly already in campaign mode, sounds the alarm in favor of the Shoddy Health Insurance Plan Protection Act of 2013, and some Democratic politicians saddle up? Forgive me if I say that I have seen this movie before.
A race to the bottom: Obama and Congress continue to reach new lows in polls… WaPo report: Health-care website “unlikely” to fully work by end of the month… Senate Republicans block another Obama judicial nominee… Bill Clinton hasn’t quite m …
Photo by Michael Kovac/Getty Images One of President Barack Obama's biggest allies in the 2012 campaign became a thorn in his side Tuesday as former President Bill Clinton waded into the roiling debate over the rollout of the healthShow More Summary
Former President Bill Clinton made some waves Tuesday by saying that President Obama should "honor the commitment" he made to let Americans keep their health insurance plans if they like it, "even if it takes a change" to the Affordable Care Act. Show More Summary
Following Bill Clinton's headline grabbing criticism of President Obama's broken Obamacare promise, Hugh Hewitt spoke with CNN's Jake Tapper and asked whether Hillary Clinton will be saddled as the "Grandmother of Obamacare" going forward. Show More Summary
If there’s one thing Bill Clinton hates, it’s a liar: If you think this is anything other than Billary distancing itself from this catastrophe, you are a sucker. Put on the dunce cap and go back to START. Still, it’s a Schadenfreudian slip and we loves it because of the humor.