SEN. MAX BAUCUS (D-MT): Let's just see how much this can be put together, how much Humpty Dumpty can be fixed in the next month. And if it looks like Humpty Dumpty’s not getting better together then maybe we should start thinking about delaying the penalties. It's not right to penalize people for mistakes that the government's made because the ex
GEORGE WILL: Subtract six from seven million. That's number they expect to have or need to have signed up by March and it will only decline. There's an old axiom in Washington, if you don't like news, make some of you own. So, the president went to Boston, and with utter predictability, turned this into an attack on insurance companies, bad apple i
CHUCK TODD: Is it fair to say somebody gets daily updates on enrollment figures in the administration? JAY CARNEY: In terms of the daily churn of this process. We set up briefings where they can, yeah. CHUCK TODD: I'm saying... somebody, every day, is finding out the day's numbers? CARNEY: Again, I would refer you to CMS. They might be abl
In an interview with Steve Chaggaris of CBS News, RealClearPolitics reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns explains the factors shaping next week's gubernatorial election in Virginia.
HUGH HEWITT, HOST : And here is what Clarence Page, he stunned me on my program earlier this week, by doubting the President’s veracity when he made that statement. Here’s the exchange with Clarence.
O'REILLY: I've studied the man intensely and my analysis of him has been accurate and fair. I have never demonized the President, insulted him, or tried to marginalize him. He is a committed left-wing man. A person who believes the USA would be a far better place if only we would all listen to him. And he'll say pretty much anything to make his pr
BILL DALEY, FORMER OBAMA CHIEF OF STAFF: That doesn't mean issues were not looked at. Lots of issues in 2011 were looked at. But ... anybody who would have brought this idea in to the president in the Oval Office, in my opinion, probably would have been thrown out immediately. But in 2011, part of my job, as I always saw, was to think outside the b
Lawrence O'Donnell maniacally exposes the nonsense surrounding Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’s testimony on the Hill on Thursday.
The school faculty holds a meeting to discuss the many problems with the Intellilink system.
Steve Hayes, Charles Krauthammer, and Chris Wallace discuss.
MSNBC: Democrats are still a long shot to take back the House in 2014 but their path to victory is now more realistic than it was prior to the political showdowns we saw this month, thanks to the GOP’s plummeting poll numbers and the dislike for standard bearer Ted Cruz. Chris Matthews has more with Bill Hughes Jr. and Vincent Powers.