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Today the New York Post published a whine by a graduate student who is eligible for Medicaid, and thus ineligible for Obamacare subsidies. MahaBlog’s Barbara O’Brien debunks his too-Precious-for-Medicaid argument, but the American Enterprise Institute’s Michael Strain argues it’s not immoral to let poor people die. Little Green FootballsCharles Johnson calls that “morally perverted” and Lawyers, Guns, & Money’s Erik Loomis wonders why “kill the poor” is acceptable at the Washington Post. Are conservatives finally declaring open class warfare?

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