Your front page article on health care suggested that neither of the two sides of the debate is winning. Once again the Associated Press is looking at a story through Obama-loving glasses. According to Rasmussen polling, only 42 percent of Americans approve of the congressional plan — down eight points in the past six weeks. And 54 percent of Americans say no health-care reform would be better than the congressional plan. The White House and Congress have recently decided to drop the government health-care option and end-of-life "counseling." It is clear who is winning: the people.