I was just on the air with one of my favorite radio hosts, the insightful and thoroughly engaging Lee Davis of WYDE in Birmingham, and he seemed to like an analogy that came to me on the spur of the moment. He asked what I thought of President Obama saying that most aspects of Obamacare poll well when polled individually (which is only partly true). I said that even if it were true, it would be irrelevant — because all the parts are supposed to work together. I said, look, I like chocolate, and I like maple syrup, and I like orange juice, and I like cinnamon, and I like a good thick steak, but I sure as heck don’t think I’d like to put them all in a blender to make chocolate maple orange juice cinnamon steak, Nor should we try to swallow the health-care version thereof, which is Obamacare.
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