Republicans' Phony Obamacare Argument

Most people who bought insurance on the exchanges say they're happy with it.

I know what people want.

Photographer: Win McNamee/Getty Images

Here's the most charitable interpretation of the Republican case against Obamacare: The law's changes to the individual insurance market have left people in that market worse off than before, by mandating broader, more expensive coverage and forcing people to buy it. Accordingly, whatever it takes to reverse those changes serves the interests of the people who are affected.

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