The Plum Line: Morning Plum
This isn't about Obama. It's about the policy.
But again: All that matters in the long run is whether the policy works.
But the long term politics of Obamacare could still favor the Democrats.
Is there any way to make individual GOP lawmakers pay a price for refusing to solve the country's problems?
The health law may be on probation with many voters, but the GOP scorched earth opposition to it is just not a majority position.
A new Kaiser study finds that 17 million Americans could qualify for subsidies under the Affordable Care Act.
The disastrous Obamacare rollout is allowing Republicans to paper over problems and internal conflicts that will imperil the party over the long term.
A new poll finds more want to keep the law or expand it than want to "repeal and replace" or get rid of it entirely.
Democrats have leverage in the coming budget talks, too. They should act like it.
Over time, the policy known as the Affordable Care Act has to work.