Quote of the Day

From the Associated Press:

But even Obama’s secretary of health and human services got into the act on Friday, telling seniors at a wellness center in a former theater named for Kennedy’s family that the driving question on health care should be: “What would Teddy do?”

It’s an intriguing paragraph. Did Sebelius actually say “driving question,” or did some subversive at the Associated Press slip the phrase in as an act of rebellion?
As a reader notes, “One does not discuss the subject of rope in the house of one who has been hanged.”

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