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April 23, 2014 5:00 PM

No, the Obamacare debate is hardly over and done

Celebrating the Affordable Care Act’s enrollment numbers, President Barack Obama, referring to Republicans, charged: “They said nobody would sign up.” Of course, no one said this. Obama, who aspired to tutor Washington about civility, is incapable of crediting opponents with other than base motives.

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