It only seems like only yesterday that President Obama was surrounded by members of congress as he signed his health care reform bill into law. Today, on the 2nd anniversary of the bills signing, the majority of the remembrance came from opponents of the law (or at least those noting the White House’s own lack of celebration).
President Obama also made his first comments on the death of Trayvon Martin, expressing his sorrow for the family’s loss and earnestly drawing parallels to his own family. Others shared their views on the controversial case, though perhaps not with as much gravitas as the President.
- On 2nd anniversary, GOP says health care law bad prescription (politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com)
- Obama Speaks Out On Trayvon Martin ‘If I Had A Son, He’d Look Like Trayvon’ (kaystreet.wordpress.com)
- Why Is O Not Trumpeting the 2nd Anniversary of Obamacare Today? (mikesright.wordpress.com)