Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal circulated the outlines of his ambitious new health care plan to reporters in Washington on Wednesday, insisting that Republicans "can't be the party of no; we have to be the party of ideas."
The blueprint repeals Obamacare and proposes to replace it with popular conservative ideas like health care tax breaks for individuals, letting people buy insurance across state lines, health savings accounts, tort reform, partially privatizing Medicare, and turning Medicaid over to the states.
It's mostly vague. But where Jindal -- a second-term governor with 2016 presidential ambitions -- does get specific, the fatal flaws with his plan emerge.
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