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For Obamacare Architects, Problems are Features, not Bugs

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For Obamacare Architects, Problems are Features, not Bugs

Townhall.com ^ | November 22, 2013 | Michael Barone

Posted on Friday, November 22, 2013 8:44:52 AM by Kaslin

The defects of the Obamacare website have become well known. But the problems with the law go further than the website. These problems are not incidental, but central to its design and the intentions of its architects.

Many Obamacare backers, including Barack Obama, would prefer “single-payer” health insurance. The government would pay for everything and you would get health care for free.

There is an inconsistency here with the way we treat other things regarded as the basics of life — food, shelter, clothing. Government subsidizes food purchases only for some — though a sharply increasing number in the Obama years — through food stamps.

It also has subsidized housing through loan guarantees and laws encouraging mortgages for the uncreditworthy — policies that…

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