Ignore the Obamacare Scare Tactics

Anecdotes can't tell us the truth about Obamacare.
Anecdotal television ads don't tell the tale.

Is it possible that the reason all the Republican horror stories about the Affordable Care Act haven't panned out is because there aren't any (real) horror stories? People worse off, yes, but not stories that would make for great TV ads? That's speculation that I'm starting to see from liberals, beginning (as far as I know) with Michael Hiltzik at the Los Angeles Times, following up on Kevin Drum's post in Mother Jones I wrote about last week. Paul Krugman is on it to. Is it plausible? I'm not sure. There's another one today; perhaps this one will pan out.

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