My friend Tevi Troy cheers Daniels’s approach, noting that if the president had considered bipartisan reform he might have avoided the hostile backlash that Obamacare has created. But he didn’t. Surely it can’t be Governor Daniels’s responsibility to show the president how to find the way to real health-care reform, an approach that threatens the success of the still-monumental task of repealing Obamacare.
Don’t get me wrong: Governor Daniels issues a full-throated call for consumers, rather than bureaucrats, to decide which health insurance they choose.
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