Like others around Roosevelt, my dad kept a tight lip about the paralysis of the president, who did not want to seem weak. But stealth about health is no longer possible, and the sooner President Biden’s team stops being in denial about that, the better off Democrats will be. “I’m well-meaning and I’m an elderly man, and I know what the hell I’m doing,” he barked. It reminded me of the days when President Bill Clinton kept insisting he was still relevant. The post Mr. President, Ditch the Stealth About Health appeared first on New York Times.