Obama: We fumbled; but game not over
This article was originally published in Scrip
A week after telling Americans whose health insurance plans are being canceled by their carriers that he was sorry, President Barack Obama on 14 November issued another round of mea culpas – something he likely did not expect to do six weeks ago – taking on the new role of becoming the apologizer-in-chief.
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