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In a victory for President Barack Obama, the Supreme Court upheld his signature health care law’s individual insurance mandate in a 5-4 decision, upending speculation after hostile-seeming oral arguments in March that the justices would overturn the law. The mandate has been upheld as a tax, with Chief Justice John Roberts, a Bush appointee, joining the liberal wing of the court to save the law.
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President Barack Obama may want to lay off the sports-related speeches for a little while. While in Miami this week, President Obama took the time to congratulate the city on its new NBA championship. The only thing is, he got the team's name wrong, calling them the "Miami Heats." While the mistake was the tiniest of errors and he carried on with the rest of his speech...
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To say that President Barack Obama has had a rough few days in the area of sports-related quips during speeches would be an understatement. First, the White Sox fan inside of Obama got the better of him when he thanked a Boston crowd for the Kevin Youkilis trade, which caused the citizens of Red Sox [...]
President Barack Obama may be a lot of things. He may not have the best track record and is going to be in quite a battle with Mitt Romney when the country elects the next president. But Obama has one huge edge over Romney, and he demonstrates it time and time again.
Obama is a regular guy who loves to joke around and watch sports. Romney is a stuffy phony who cannot...
Back on Tuesday night, USA president Barack Obama was in Miami for a campaign fundraiser and decided to congratulate the Miami Heat on the NBA title.
Now, even the "sports fan and chief" is liable to make an error and he did by calling them the "Miami Heats":
No matter where you stand on the Supreme Court's decision to uphold President Barack Obama's health care mandate, it's impossible to ignore the fact that there are some people who are very passionate about the topic. Among those passionate citizens is Sixers big man Spencer Hawes, who took to Twitter to offer up his views on the decision that will affect the way Americans...