Jonathan Cohn, a supporter of ObamaCare, writes at the New Republic:
One valid criticism about the new health care law is that President Obama wasn't forthright about the trade-offs. And one trade-off he failed to highlight was that, in order to keep premiums low, insurers in the exchanges might limit choice of doctor and hospital.
"Wasn't forthright" is about the nicest way to say it. But it's a sign of where we are in the ObamaCare discussion that even Mr. Cohn (a former colleage of mine on the Crimson) writing in the New Republic can concede this point.