Brett LoGiurato explains that Kentucky voters are, well, stupid I guess:
The Bluegrass State’s Democratic governor, Steve Beshear, embraced the law colloquially known as Obamacare — even though he wouldn’t dare call it that. The state set up an exchange, called Kynect, that thrived in 2013, as the federal government’s website was mired in disaster.
And it expanded the federal Medicaid program, signing up more than 375,000 people over the first year of the expansion. One study found that the expansion could inject as much as $30 billion into the state’s economy through 2021, in the form of tens of thousands of new jobs.
But most of Obamacare’s success in the state is under significant threat after Republican gubernatorial candidate Matt Bevin won Tuesday night’s election.
If ♡bamaCare!!! was such a success in Kentucky, then why did Kentucky voters just fire the guy who implemented it — to a guy who promised to “rip up every last shred” of the law?