Rand Paul, ObamaCare, and the “Don’t Let the Perfect Be the Enemy of the Good” Argument

It has become accepted wisdom in Washington that the most we can do about ObamaCare is tinker with it around the edges. Make marginal improvements. Don’t let the perfect become the enemy of the good, we are told.
One man, and one man alone, has consisently made a strong and public case insisting that Republicans keep their promise to repeal ObamaCare. That man is Rand Paul.
I think he deserves some praise and support, for being (as far as I can tell) the only Republican vocally demanding that the GOP do what it promised to do.
Once, Ted Cruz had a plan for dealing with ObamaCare. I talked about it in detail in this post from March. But today I want to concentrate on the first point he made:
First, begin with the 2015 repeal language. . . . Virtually every Republican in Congress voted for that language, and the parliamentarian has already ruled

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