If the schedule being mapped last week holds;
If Mr. Obama falls short on health care;
“If they jam through health care,”;
If Mr. Obama and the Democrats succeed;
“If and when this is passed;
“If they pass it,” he said;
“If they pass nothing, their base;
No doubt in someone's universe this example of virtual ping-pong, a game played amongst and between players with 'air intellect', has meaning. But out here in the reality-based world the piece is just another example of the 'blahs'. There *is* good news though: at some point in the future the Times will go behind a pay wall, and it seems likely the publisher will price and label each article. If they do, we can finally lose the ping-pong-punditry and keep the actual news.
'Pro-choice' will mean choosing pros.