Look, I know it's tempting to grab this brass ring, but it's morally bankrupt. I'm sorry the administration f'd up the marketplace website, but they did. That doesn't make it ok to throw folks(like me) under the bus. Get your damn messaging right and blame the market health insurance system.
After all the struggle to break our system out of the nightmare we know as the private insurance market, we settled for the Republicans'(circa '96) insurance system. We gave up on the public option and countless items that would have made the new system workable and worthwhile. Instead, we're now being told that the smart thing is to settle for insurance companies being given the option to send folks to debtors' prison. Mainly because we decided to accept this insanely complex system that only benefits the companies' executives. BS. The fact that we aren't even giving any much of any real time to the actual solution(single -payer/medicare for all) shows how much this website has become part of the "bubble" it constantly demeans. I don't really care if something is "political winner," if it results in working folks being treated like poop. So, you can take the last couple of days worth of "realpolitik" posts supporting something we would have made fun of(circa '09), and shove 'em. Despite the second Great Depression and the Obama administration's willingness to defer to rightwing economic theory, the only logical response to all of this bs is pointing out how crappy the private system is, for millions of our countrymen and women. Get that right-wing-coddling, republican-frame-supporting crap off of the frontpage, thank you! Those of us that don't think that people are simply digits on the spreadsheet deserve as much.
ps- My insurance is cancelling my policy, so don't think that I don't have "skin in the game."