Despite the sudden rash of nervousness among Democratic lawmakers over the problems plaguing the rollout of Obamacare, the death of the Affordable Care Act is not on the horizon.
Alexander Burns and Katie Glueck assess the situation HERE:
A White House under siege. A signature policy initiative turning into an embarrassing public spectacle. Dissent within the presidentís own party that threatens to turn into a full-blown revolt.
For Republicans, such a moment came in 2005, as the party faced a daunting midterm election under the shadow of the disastrous Iraq War and a presidency in the dumps. For Democrats, ...