Great Job, Internet!: It’s okay to continue gloating over the clusterfuck that was Trumpcare

The wounds are still fresh from the failure of the Trump administration’s plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. Half a week later, people are still sorting out what this all says about the unity of the Republican party (bad), Trump’s ability to corral them into a cohesive set of policies (also bad), Paul Ryan’s ability to turn those policies into legislation (hilariously bad), and the Democrats’ ability to block Trump at least until they can get a few seats back in 2018 (possible!), if not uncover enough evidence of a vast Russian conspiracy to oust him before then (unlikely).

And, while the Donald Trump outrage cycle typically moves in 24-hour increments—that is, the amount of time it takes for him to sluggishly dodder to the bathroom, see some cable news that makes him mad, and tweet something insane—it is worth lingering on this failure, and …

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