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October 16, 2013
What would President Obama's approval rating be if we had a media willing to hold him accountable for something?
Another week and more computer "glitches" and "cost surprises". In New Jersey, residents are opening their mail and finding out this, according to The New York Post: "Substitute "false political promises" for "easy money," and you have a good idea of the flim-flam Garden Staters are finding with ObamaCare. That's the gist of a Star Ledger story that begins as follows: "Hundreds of thousands of New Jerseyans opened the mail last week to find their health-insurance plan would no longer exist in 2014 because it does not cover all the essential benefits required by the Affordable Care Act." The story goes on to say the changes will hit more than 800,000 New Jerseyans. Some defenders say it's still an improvement, because these people will get more coverage. But that wasn't the promise. In 2009, President Obama put it this way: "No matter how we reform health care, we will keep this promise to the American people: If you like...(Read Full Post)