“As one listens to the Obama administration and others defend the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (a.k.a Obamacare), one gets the impression that Roosevelt’s nostrum has been adopted as the official motto of this administration. Their attitude seems to be that, of course Obamacare is constitutional because, well, because it’s important,” writes Cato’s Michael Tanner. (National Review)

Tanner also says New York and New Jersey shouldn’t rush to set up state insurance exchanges under the Affordable Care Act, given the Supreme Court outlook on the law thus far. (New York Post)

AEI’s Thomas Miller says The Washington Post’s 5 myths about the health care law has its own set of myths. (AEI)

Can the internet spark a consumer revolution in health care? (AEI)

Room for Debate asks: Is the Paul Ryan budget plan a viable policy proposal? Or just a political gesture? (New York Times)

A Romney presidency and Social Security: “Because Romney insists that any change include no additional revenue, his strategy is forced to rely on excessive benefit cuts that would undermine financial security for future retirees. A much better approach would mix benefit reductions and revenue increases, as we have proposed in the past, and as polls show the public prefers,” writes CFR’s Peter Orszag. (Bloomberg)

Politico’s Arena asks: Are campaign cuts the beginning of the end for Newt Gingrich? Brookings’ Darrell West answers.

AEI’s Jonah Goldberg on the Trayvon Martin tragedy: Playing the race card again. (National Review)

AEI’s Christina Hoff Sommers says this years Women in the World Summit was a letdown. (National Review)

A preview of Joe Romm’s testimony today to the Subcommittee on Energy and Power for its eighteenth day of hearings on “The American Energy Initiative.” (ThinkProgress)