Jonathan Chait, at the New Republic, explains (sort of) how Republicans were opposed to high-risk pools, then angry they were delayed, and now that they are delayed, the want to...well, it is not clear what they want to do with the high-risk pools. But that is what happens when you are more committed to politics than to policy. Chait's piece would be funny if the GOP was still in the minority but seeing as they are not, it is just depressing.
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