Like watching a train wreck

More bad news on the ObamaCare front:

Bryon York says what I was saying yesterday: the premiums and the deductibles are much higher than anticipated.

Walter Russell Mead explains why insurers are limiting networks: functionally, it is the only means available to them to control costs.  In a sense, “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor” was designed to be a lie.

A majority of Americans would like to return to our old health care system. Congratulations, Washington: only you could make something more dysfunctional than that had been.

Joan Carrico, a cancer patient, describes how ObamaCare is hurting her.

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