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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Tim Stanley
Attractive women wearing nothing but a smile and flesh-colored underwear emblazoned with the motto "Are You Covered?" strolled the most popular shopping areas of Denver in the name of the Affordable Care Act this week.
It did not take long for agenda to muscle in on a historical moment.
Was there some opportunistic political posturing during Hurricane Irene? The White House and FEMA issued multiple press releases about the "federal family" response to Irene, coining an appealing new term that might play well in overwrought press coverage.
He not only underperforms for the majority of Americans in his day-to-day work, but he also misleads his base with angry rhetoric that promises the Earth and usually delivers nothing," he continues.
As the London Telegraph blogger Tim Stanley writes, everything the president does is cast as part of history.