However incoherent these fixes may seem, they send two messages, loud and clear. The first is that although liberal pundits may think that the law is a done deal, impossible to repeal, the administration does not believe that. The willingness to take large risks with the programâ(TM)s stability indicates that the administration thinks it has a huge amount to lose -- that the White House is in a battle for the programâ(TM)s very existence, not a few marginal House and Senate seats.
And the second is that enrollment probably isnâ(TM)t what the administration was hoping.
On another plane, Ambassador Stevens is all: "Tell me about it."