So claims Phil Kerpen at The Federalist:
So the Obamacare law required them (members of Congress) to sign up on the Obamacare exchanges, and provided no employer contribution. It put them in the exact same situation as the people, we’ve since learned, who were most severely financially squeezed by Obamacare: people who don’t have employer coverage and make too much money to qualify for subsidies. They would have a very strong, very personal incentive to fix the cost problem.
Well, they would have had a strong incentive—if they hadn’t been bailed out.
Read the entire piece here and prepare to be outraged.