HOT BLAST: How to talk turkey about Obamacare
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A Minnesota turkey, the brother of the two sent to the White House for the presidential pardon, awaits its brief stay of execution at the state Capitol on Monday in Minneapolis. The turkey will be sent to the St. Paul Salvation Army and, eventually, be served to the less-fortunate. (AP Photo/The Star Tribune, Glen Stubbe)
A Minnesota turkey, the brother of the two sent to the White House for the presidential pardon, awaits its brief stay of execution at the state Capitol on Monday in Minneapolis. The turkey will be sent to the St. Paul Salvation Army and, eventually, be served to the less-fortunate. (AP Photo/The Star Tribune, Glen Stubbe)
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This Thanksgiving, it's a pretty safe bet that debates over Obamacare will be just about as central as turkey. 

So writes Sarah Kliff in an article headlined, A guide to surviving Obamacare debates at Thanksgiving. Here's a sample:

Your brother who has insurance at his job wants to know if he needs to pay attention to this slightly uncomfortable fight.

Probably not: We're really not seeing much in the way of employers dropping workers into the marketplaces. He can keep his focus squarely on such important issues as when will Hannukah and Thanksgiving overlap again, or how long he has to stay at the dinner table.

 
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