Monthly Archives: March 2010

Brown coming back? Obama on the ropes?

by Ken Feltman with Louis-Lyonel Voiron Prediction is very difficult, especially if it’s about the future. – Niels Bohr If I do not say something about Casey Stengel, the New York Yankees’ quotable baseball manager, I will get email and phone calls … Continue reading

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No encore after healthcare?

By Ken Feltman The New York Post compares the Obama administration’s push to get a favorable vote on healthcare reform to an especially eventful episode of “The Sopranos.” Former Rep. Eric Massa’s hard-to-believe tale of being confronted by a naked, fingerpointing, … Continue reading

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Bye Bayh, American pie

by Ken Feltman Hear reason, or she’ll make you feel her. Benjamin Franklin The retirement of Indiana Democratic Senator Evan Bayh stunned Democrats. Bayh, a moderate in a right-of-center state, has never been threatened in previous elections. He was ahead in … Continue reading

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Obama refuses to yield on healthcare reform

by Ken Feltman President Obama’s stubbornness is causing Congressional Democrats anxiety as he keeps pushing healthcare reform. Most Democrats are hearing from the voters back home and the voters are not happy. Voters assume that time spent on healthcare is … Continue reading

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