Obamacare: The Sea Change

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With a recent CBS poll finding that 93% of Americans disapprove of the Affordable Care Act and want to see either big changes or outright repeal, President Obama can no longer count on the unwavering support of Democrats in Congress. This sea change did not occur as the result of political maneuvering by opponents over the last month, but because of the political maneuvering over the last five years by the President. The curtain has been pulled back on the health care act, and the latter has been revealed as a nationalistic, bureaucratic nightmare.

The big question is what happens next?

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