Five Things We Learned About Obamacare After It Passed

David Fredosso at the Washington Examiner highlights five wonderful things about Obamacare that, as Nancy Pelosi said, we had to wait for the bill to pass to find out about.

A teaser:

One: No sooner had Obamacare passed than the White House discovered that someone goofed. Despite all of Obama’s promises and talking points, Obamacare as passed by Congress does not require insurers to cover children with expensive pre-existing medical conditions.

Immediately, the White House got an assurance from the insurers. After demonizing them for months as callous profiteers on others’ misery (in fact, the entire industry is barely profitable), Obama now tells Americans that they can trust health insurance companies to do the right thing out of the goodness of their hearts.

Read the rest here.

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