I’m in a college days mood tonight, apparently. It was this or Adam Ant.
Things are now getting resoundingly silly in South Carolina. For your sanity I recommend not focusing too hard on anything going on there. Just let your eyes drift… over it, and never catch on anything. It’s for the best, really.
Unless you live in South Carolina, of course. Go vote on Saturday if you do.
Brian Beutler’s Salon post is otherwise worthless*, but here’s this gem:
A net reduction in individual market coverage would be politically humiliating. It would also raise the moral question of whether it’s fair to impose penalties on people for not entering a system that they can’t access and probably don’t trust.
…It is not fair to impose penalties on people for not entering a system that they can’t access. If you think that this is somehow a topic for debate, then you are in very deep, very dark waters indeed.
*If for no other reason than the fellow’s victory condition for Obamacare is to have five million people sign up on the exchanges in (looking at calendar) eleven days.