The Wall Street Journal’s James Taranto looks at the coverage of the House repeal of ObamaCare and decides the Daily Beast needs a lesson in new math:
The Daily Beast finds “surprising unity” on the Democratic side of yesterday’s vote, but anyone who’s surprised wasn’t paying attention in November. Of the 34 Democrats who voted against ObamaCare in 2010, only 10 voted against repealing it in 2011. The remaining 21 didn’t even make it to the next Congress, having retired or been defeated. (All but one of them were replaced by Republicans.) And what’s with the 10 who voted against both ObamaCare and repeal, anyway? Are they just obstructionists who say “no” to everything?