16 December 2013

Kerry negotiates standstill agreement with Obamacare

The Secretary of State (extreme left) fits into the negotiations nicely, perhaps helped by the backdrop rug, part of the "redecoration" of the Oval Office.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry brought welcome relief to the spate of negative publicity for the Obama administration by negotiating a six-month standstill agreement against further deployment of Obamacare. But the opposition said it falls far short of complete disarmament.
The rest of the news here.