People’s actual experiences are not a product of propaganda-driven confusion.  Setting aside Klein’s faulty presupposition that the expansion of Medicaid is an unalloyed good, his first two points fail rudimentary scrutiny.  Beyond the cloistered world of the goalpost-shifting wonkosphere, costs are most assuredly not ‘lower than expected,’ nor is enrollment ‘higher than expected.’  Allow me to try my hand at explanatory journalism…

via Ezra Klein: Despite what the conservative media says, Obamacare is working great in the “real world” « Hot Air.

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