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Unlike some of the so-called scandals the have plagued the Obama administration, including Benghazi, Operation Fast and Furious and the National Security Agency spying allegations, the glitch-riddled Obamacare rollout is playing out differently, Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume said Monday.

On “Special Report,” Hume explained why it is different and why it will continue to be something the administration will be forced to deal with.

“One thing that politicians caught in a firestorm such as the current one swirling around the president’s health-care plan can hope for is that the thing will quickly die down once the news value is exhausted,” Hume said. “Unfortunately for the president, that does not seem to be happening.

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The pain inflicted on America by Obamacare will not end until Obamacare is stopped.  Obama is mired in a scandal he and the rats forced on the American people with no help or support from the GOP.  Nov 2014 can't come fast enough. :vote:
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Yep, Democrats voted to hit Americans in their pocketbook just before Christmas. To apply a perverse term, there will be hell to pay for that bit of thievery.
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