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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Evan Feinberg
A Virginia-based group of conservatives has just launched a new anti-Obamacare advertisement that aims to make its audience cringe.
"If young people do opt out en mass, it will put the law in a bind, for sure," he added. "If it means they have to repeal it because it doesn't work and that ends up crippling the law, well fine. Then they have to make some changes or repeal the law to make it work."