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Sen. Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Republican, plans legislation against the Affordable Care Act that will make use of President Obama's own words to get its point across. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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Sen. Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Republican, plans legislation against the Affordable Care Act that will make use of President Obama's own words to get its point across. (ASSOCIATED PRESS)

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Sen. Ron Johnson, Wisconsin Republican, plans legislation against the Affordable Care Act that will make use of President Obama's own words to get its point across. (Associated Press)

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First, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius went to a gala in Boston instead of testifying about the Healthcare.gov rollout debacle. Then she went to Phoenix to assure America that she was working "24/7" to get her $634 million website up and running. (Associated Press)

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First, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius went to a gala in Boston instead of testifying about the Healthcare.gov rollout debacle. Then she went to Phoenix to assure America that she was working "24/7" to get her $634 million website up and running. (Associated Press)