Here are your Wednesday lunch links, a little health care polling, a little health care history, a note for you foodies out there, and as always a musical selection for your viewing and listening pleasure–this time one that sort of fits into the lunch theme.
First, some polling that is probably not making the rabid opponents of the Affordable Care Act too happy. Steven Benen has the details about how four major polls all show that public support for Obamacare is growing.
Crooks and Liars has a fascinating history of what happened when the Bush Administration rolled out the Medicare Part D program in 2006 over the objections of Democrats in Congress. The program began with massive computer glitches—sound familiar?—but its former opponents helped make it work because it was the law of the land that could actually help people. Read More