We had to pass it to find out how much we hate it
Politico has an update on Obamacare: "Four hard truths of health care reform"
1.) Some people won't get to keep the coverage they like
2.) Costs aren't going to go down
3.) It's just a guess that the law can pay for itself
4.) "The more they know, the more they'll like it" isn't happening
Golly, weren't all these things accurately predicted by opponents of taking over one-sixth of the economy? The history of American entitlements is one of low initial cost estimates followed by out-of-control costs. Forcing price controls and mandates inevitably lead to shortages. What a mess.