Jacob Sullum on Obamacare's Unacknowledged Tradeoffs

For the millions of Americans who are losing
health plans they liked as a result of the Patient Protection and
Affordable Care Act, Senior Editor Jacob Sullum writes, the name of
that law is a bitter joke: They do not feel protected, and they
often find that the replacement coverage they are forced to buy
costs a lot more. But President Obama has a solution. “We have to
make sure that they are not feeling as if they’ve been betrayed by
an effort that is designed to help them,” he told NBC
News last week. Sullum says the dishonesty and condescension packed
into that sentence help explain why Obama’s signature achievement
has provoked anger instead of the gratitude he expected.

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from Hit & Run http://reason.com/blog/2013/11/13/jacob-sullum-on-obamacares-unacknowledge

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