One of the great ironies in the political controversy regarding Obamacare is that lots of folks who say they’re against it also say they like its provisions — if you don’t tell them that those provisions are part of the law at issue.


Take THIS CASE, for example:


The Huffington Postís Jason Cherkis reports on a remarkable encounter between Reina Diaz-Dempsey, a Kentucky public health worker signing people up for insurance coverage under health care reform, and a middle-aged man who approached her booth at the State Fair. After Diaz-Dempsey explained that he will either qualify for tax credits ...

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One of the great ironies in the political controversy regarding Obamacare is that lots of folks who say they’re against it also say they like its provisions — if you don’t tell them that those provisions are part of the law at issue.

Take THIS CASE, for example:

The Huffington Postís Jason Cherkis reports on a remarkable encounter between Reina Diaz-Dempsey, a Kentucky public health worker signing people up for insurance coverage under health care reform, and a middle-aged man who approached her booth at the State Fair. After Diaz-Dempsey explained that he will either qualify for tax credits ...

Read more