Losing Hope on the Left

The one-two punch of Keith Olbermann and Rachel Maddow featured two guests with pointed criticisms of the Obama administration. On the former, Bill Maher expressed doubts that the president would be overcome corporate special interests, particularly when it comes to health-care reform; on the latter, Howard Dean called the DOMA brief “offensive” and doubted that Obama even saw it.

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