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Scaling back the public’s expectations is a strategy Obamacare defenders ought to have employed during their original sales pitch of 2009 and 2010. If they hadn’t made some many big, falsifiable promises, a lot of consumer anger, frustration and betrayal might have been prevented. Then again, if they hadn’t made all of those vows, the law wouldn’t have passed in the first place. With round two of Obamacare enrollment coming up after the elections (by design), the administration is trying to play things down. Explicit goalpost-shifting from the “it’s working!” brigade.