The Los Angeles Times, 24 March 2011
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24 mars 2011
"Reporting from Washington Wednesday marked the first anniversary of the healthcare law that advocates said would change so much. In one sense, they were right: The battle over President Obama's signal domestic policy goal played a major role in transforming the political landscape.
"The emotional debate over the bill arguably gave rise to the "tea party"
movement and littered the countryside with congressional Democrats who supported the bill and then went down to defeat.
now control the House and are not far from seizing the Senate. Potential candidates for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination need only say one word, "Obamacare," to get a rise from a crowd. And the president himself has struggled at times to ensure that his first term isn't defined by the legislation."