February 24, 2014

ROGER KIMBALL: The Human Face Of ObamaCare. “The story Stephen Blackwood tells is like something out of Kafka—or, perhaps a closer analogy, like something out of a totalitarian satrap, for there is nothing fictional about this nightmare. The mind-numbing bureaucracy. The stunning incompetence. The casual, unthinking brutality. It’s all there, coming to a shattered life near you. One day Mrs. Blackwood had the health insurance plan she had paid for for two decades. Then, ‘because our lawmakers and president thought they could do better, she had nothing.’ Nothing. Nada. Nichts. Rien.”

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