Why Obamacare isn’t ‘settled’

Gerard Magliocca
The Washington Post

The Affordable Care Act was passed by Congress, signed by President Obama, upheld by the Supreme Court and reconfirmed by the president’s reelection. Many of its provisions have gone into effect. As Democrats have taken to saying, it is the law of the land.

But contrary to what the president suggested in the Rose Garden this past week, that does not mean Obamacare is “settled, and it is here to stay.” And it is not illegitimate for Republicans to use every lawful means at their disposal to stand in its way…



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Also at the site, Francis Fukuyama writes we’re still fighting over Obamacare because America was designed for stalemate.



Update: Thomas Sowell: Who Shut Down the Government?

…If Senator Reid and President Obama refuse to accept the money required to run the government, because it leaves out the money they want to run ObamaCare, that is their right. But that is also their responsibility…



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