The most interesting thing about the way the health care debate has unfolded in the lead-up to Tuesday’s special election in Massachusetts is how successfully Republicans have framed it as they argued that Coakley’s troubles reflect a vote of no confidence in what the Democrats are now proposing to do to our health care system.
|By: Neoptolemos Nikator Friday January 15, 2010 1:27 pm|
Please contribute to Doctors Without Borders in Haiti and UNICEF.
|By: Neoptolemos Nikator Friday January 8, 2010 10:54 pm|
So long as enablers care more about the Democratic Party holding on to power than about standing up for core Democratic Party principles and doing what’s best for the American people, progressives have little choice but to speak out on issues as they patiently wait for the corporatist sellouts to defeat themselves.
|By: Neoptolemos Nikator Wednesday January 6, 2010 8:45 pm|
Harold Meyerson wants to see a real movement appear on the left, thinking that Obama’s presidency can still be saved. He hopes that maybe a Rachel Maddow or Keith Olbermann can do for the left what Glenn Beck has done for the right. They can’t. And, more importantly, Obama doesn’t want them to.