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Today a CNN/ORC poll found Republicans with a 49-44 edge in the generic ballot for 2014, a 13-point swing since October, with all of the change coming from men. But ACA enrollment surged in late December, and Brent Budowsky writes that Democrats in red states should run on bringing home the ACA benefits now enjoyed by blue states. And the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, worried about extreme Republican candidates, has a new mantra: “No fools on our ticket.” Will the now public marriage of the Chamber and the GOP be good for either?