This was a rare toss-up seat that Democrats should have been able to win.
Before you get to the health care sales pitch, you hear Obama and Galifianakis trade some pretty amazing barbs that are superb simply because of who is delivering them.
Look for the White House to bite the bullet and announce a delay in the individual mandate in an effort to change the course of the midterm elections.
The finding that 11 million U.S. workers face higher premiums under Obamacare should be a banner headline. But by now these revelations are routine.
The White House has had to grant yet another delay in the employer mandate. Why is the White House refusing to admit the obvious, that Obamacare just isn't working?
This week we learned more about the destruction caused by Obamacare and saw a weak jobs report, but still the president and his Democratic allies deny that the president's policies are to blame.
The White House and the Left have made a stunning admission: They think less work and less initiative in the workplace is a good thing.
There is still no reason to believe the law and its fundamental goal are doomed.
Democrats are trying to hide the problems with Obamacare instead of fixing the problems. They can't keep up the denial and deceit forever.
The president needed to talk about how he messed up.