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Worst. Week. Yet.


I couldn't help thinking this was the Worst. Week. Yet., staring once again at the slow-motion train wreck known officially as the Affordable Care Act implementation, or less charitably as the ♡bamaCare!!! Follies. So let us look back on the weary week that was, and then take a brief look ahead at the future of the law Officially So Settled It's Inscribed in Solid Play-Doh.

So to steal a match from Johnny Carson, how bad was it? Well, you might recall a few months back DNC Chairperson Debbie Wasserman Schultz confidently predicting "that Democratic candidates will be able to run on ObamaCare as an advantage leading into the 2014 election" on Candy Crowley's little-watched CNN Sunday show. You might also recall -- and internet pundits get paid the big bucks to draw these parallels -- a little IRS scandal which has been brewing for the last couple days few weeks many months. And what's the Democratic response to said scandal? To screw up their courage and beg, "More?" It's true, as The Hill reported:

Senate Democrats facing tough elections this year want the Internal Revenue Service to play a more aggressive role in regulating outside groups expected to spend millions of dollars on their races.

They might get away with it, too -- but it won't help put any daylight between themselves and the ♡bamaCare!!! Follies.