So why does he go on to write that it now seems likely that the public will reject Obamacare even after it’s implemented? In other words, what would be so different about Obamacare?
Henninger doesn’t quite say. He cites the fact that dislike of Obamacare has been growing rather than shrinking, and he adds that indications are that Obamacare will be “a disaster.” I assume that’s why he thinks Obamacare will be different—it will be a disaster on a larger scale, and people will make the connection and reject it.
Think for a moment about what vicious asses like Henninger, here, and George Will, elsewhere, are really saying:
They are calling for the infliction of so much pain, agony, and death on their fellow Americans that, goaded beyond endurance, they will rise and overturn the signature legislation of the Leviathan state.
Let me tighten that up a bit for you: They are calling for the infliction of pain, agony, and death on their fellow Americans.
For the politics, you see.