THE NUM­BERS GAME

The Washington Times Daily - - Politics -

Yes, now we know 106,185 intrepid folks man­aged to sign up for Oba­macare na­tion­wide in Oc­to­ber, de­spite a faulty web­site with com­pro­mised se­cu­rity. Some may pity the be­lea­guered White House, some may revel in schaden­freude. But now what? Canny strate­gists will craft plau­si­ble ex­cuses, then the press will vil­ify Repub­li­cans for vil­i­fy­ing the White House in the af­ter­math.

“The Obama White House is sure to blame the poor en­roll­ment num­bers on the many un­ac­cept­able Her pro­posal would give that au­thor­ity to sea­soned trial lawyers who have pros­e­cu­to­rial ex­pe­ri­ence and hold the rank of colonel or higher.

Forty-seven se­na­tors have an­nounced their sup­port for Mrs. Gil­li­brand’s plan.

“I’m con­vinced that ‘the fix is in’ and that with­out a huge ef­fort start­ing right now, Hil­lary Clin­ton will be the next pres­i­dent of the

United States,” Mari­copa County (Ariz.) Sher­iff Joe Ar­paio says in a fundrais­ing mes­sage for Stop Hil­lary PAC.

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