Greg Sargent

President Obama’s Rose Garden speech Monday was supposed to send two messages—one, that he is determined to fix Obamacare’s troubled federal websites and, two, that the law is already helping many people get insurance. I happen to believe both claims, but I doubt the event convinced anybody with doubts.

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Leaders of the Republican Party are still predicting that Obamacare will be a disaster, one that will wreak havoc on American health care. Most of their allies in the media say the same thing. But a small group of conservative intellectuals has been warning that the law might not be so apocalyptical—that, with full implementation about to begin, wholesale repeal may no longer be possible.

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Obama said he wouldn't let Republicans practice economic policy extortion. And he prevailed.

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Why won't Obama use the platinum coin? Maybe because he thinks he'll prevail without it.

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How the Washington establishment learned to stop worrying and love debt-ceiling showdowns.

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Republicans want more spending cuts, ignores all the cuts already made.

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Having told Ohio one whopper about Obama's auto industry rescue, Romney tells an even bigger one.

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Romney wants voters to believe he's a moderate. It's a little late for that.

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After an Obama bounce prompted a wave of articles about Romney’s dwindling chances, Romney’s pollster Neil Newhouse published a memo detailing the case for a comeback. Perhaps the most striking element of the memo was the complete absence of polling data, but his strained reconceptualization of the 1980 race was also highly unusual. Newhouse contended that Carter led by nearly 10 percentage points in late October and asserted that this year would see a rerun of that campaign.

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Paul Ryan wants to talk about the auto industry? Let's do it. It may be the single best argument for Obama's reelection.

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