Seriously, health care reform is an incredibly important issue for voters and Obama is doing the right thing by clearing up any confusion over his stand on this important issue. He seems to be moving in that direction, a good thing.
Obama's not perfect. Bringing polite attention to key areas of policy that he needs to clarify will not cause him to lose.
...there's no quid pro quo here -- nothing that gives taxpayers a stake in the upside, nothing that ensures that the money is used to stabilize the system rather than reward the undeserving.
Nowhere in the Dem plan does it mention a requirement that taxpayers share in the upside of the bailout.
Also, no stabilization measures.
It appears Pelosi, et al are dishonestly waving some red meat to voters by trying to cap compensation of the executives. Showy, yet not enough to make this a good comprehensive package that pays back taxpayers and prevents it from happening again.
Back to the drawing board Nancy, Harry and Barney. We're not a bunch of idiots here.
A new crooked scheme cooked up by the 3 most conservative Ohio dailies and U of Cinci Polling report.
Very bogus stuff from newspapers who have a long reputation of rigging polls in the waning days of presidential elections to push voters towards GOP candidates. Usual tricks, oversampling of conservative voters, etc.
Don't believe any of the numbers you see from them.