"The best jokes about the absolutely abysmal rollout of Obamacare have come not from the program’s critics but from the Affordable Care Act’s two biggest champions," writes Nick Gillespie, in light of Barack Obama's and Kathleen Sebelius's defense of the spectacularly flawed launch of the federal government's online exchange for health insurance. "And the biggest tears? Well, those will come from the rest of us over the coming years, in the form of declining levels of choice in health care and rising prices."
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