Back in 2009, to accuse President Barack Obama of lying about the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act was to crawl onto a pretty lonely branch. Things have changed since then. His administration has created a bubble of deception surrounding ObamaCare that will affect millions of Americans for years to come. Matt Welch says that a lie this ignoble should stain the credibility of everyone who perpetuated it.
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