Best of the Web Today: Susan Rice for HHS - WSJ.com: ""We're probably heading for a turning point in the health reform discussion," writes former Enron adviser Paul Krugman. No, he doesn't see congressional Democrats as revolting imminently against ObamaCare. Quite the opposite: "The facts on the ground are getting better by the day, and Obamacare will turn into a Benghazi-type affair where Republicans are screaming about a scandal nobody else cares about."
One is tempted to observe that if Benghazi is the standard of success, ObamaCare must be an even worse disaster than its harshest critics imagine. But that's not Krugman's meaning. His analogy has nothing to do with "the facts on the ground," and it reveals more about Krugman's values than about either Benghazi or ObamaCare."
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