Now that the deadline has passed for committing to the insurance exchanges without which ObamaCare cannot function, at least half the states have told the Obama administration to shove it:
These 25 have told HHS to set up its own exchanges. This is a huge dilemma for Commissar Sebelius because she has pay for federally created exchanges, and this will cost a ton of money:
The fight could be worth $500 billion — the value of tax credits that would be paid over the next decade to 25 states that have refused to run their own exchanges and instead say they will let the federal government take control, according to House oversight committee staff.
Where will Commissar Sebelius and King Barack get the money? You get three guesses and the first two don’t count. Here’s a helful hint: Keep your hand on your wallet and your eye on the IRS.