What could go wrong?
“I believe we have to protect and build on ObamaCare.”
Who does that?
“It would be better to be aggressive and gather evidence quickly, he believed…”
“I’d be a little bit surprised if he is still an employee of the FBI this time next week.”
“Back in ’09, we were not ready to address it.”
“We’re not going to pull the rug out from under anyone. There’s no reason to worry the next two years.”
“And so the question is, what happened?”
Bureaucracy causes problems.
“I adore this child. I would never want to hurt him. He would never want to hurt me.”
“Do not put words in my mouth.”
“Anger, and denial, and all that stuff. We’re not at acceptance yet.”
For about a decade, the rate at which healthcare costs inflate has been slowing down markedly, with an especial plateau …
Culture of competence.
“I was fighting an imaginary person in my apartment again.”
Don’t even care.
And the bottom drops out.
“I don’t think the health law can overcome those economics.”
“If we can’t get a good handle on the data and the less data we have, the more risk premium we need to put into our products and that means the prices are higher.”
Andrew Malcolm and Michael Barone at 4 pm ET!
How about a little cultural imperialism?
“They need to respect people’s view on life.”