Here's the opening:
I’m going to make an assertion that seems utterly absurd.Basically, he argues that as ObamaCare problems unfold, we stand a chance at rolling back bad legislation -- if we can persuade voters that the problems are due to government interference in the marketplace (and not because of the "free market").
The enactment of Obamacare may have been good news.
Before sending a team of medical attendants to cart me off to a sanitarium, allow me to elaborate. I’m not saying Obamacare is good policy. After all, I’ve written over and over again that it is a budget-busting boondoggle that will exacerbate our real healthcare crisis of third-party payer.
What I am saying, though, is that Obamacare may turn out to be a major political mistake for the left, one that sets the stage for sweeping free market reforms.
I basically agree with him. Our work won't be easy. But it is an achievable goal, if we're willing to exert the necessary effort.
For more details, read the full text of "Why We Should Be Optimistic about Repealing Obamacare and Fixing the Healthcare System".
(Related: "The Battle Of The Narrative: How Ordinary Americans Can Fight ObamaCare".)