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Health care plan gone crazy

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If you don’t like something, ignore it. At least that’s what our lovely Gov. Bobby Jindal would want us to believe after his latest public comments regarding the Supreme Court’s ruling of the almost equally-loved and hated Obamacare decision.

In case you have been under a rock for the past few years, President Obama implemented a health care plan when he first got into office that effectively provides thousands of people not currently covered by insurance, insurance. The law is ridiculously long and confusing — I have never heard anyone explain it to me fully, and I doubt I ever will — but there is one point to it that has the GOP clamoring even louder than before that Obama shouldn’t be in the White House.

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