ObamaCare Clusterfuck: Pundits say that after ObamaCare is in place, we can start to look at the real problems
[P]recisely because Obamacare builds on the current crazy quilt of public and private insurance offerings, not to mention state regulations and a wide array of providers, and makes certain rebuttable assumptions about the behavior of markets and of millions of people, there is some inevitable suspense about how it will work out, especially in the short term when opponents of health reform are in a position to do significant sabotage work while obstructing legislation to fine-tune the law.
Things will also get better if and when Republicans at the federal and state levels stop trying to destroy or repeal Obamacare,* and begin operating within its basic framework, as some conservative health wonks and political strategists are already recommending. At that point, too, we can begin to look at serious problems with the new system instead of dealing with myths and alarms promoted by people who haven’t been right about much of anything.
So, three years later and all we've got is cherrypicked coverage (youth on parents plan; pre-existing conditions) and a promise that at some point in the future we can look at the "serious problems." Alrighty then.
I mean, how exactly do you "build on" a crazy quilt?
NOTE * As is only sensible, since ObamaCare is RomneyCare and RomneyCare originated at the Heritage Foundation.