It's time to demand that GOP leaders, candidates and other would-be Obamacare repealers take a pledge. It should be simple. Something like: "Because I believe so strongly that Democratic health-care reform is a calamity for the country, I hereby vow that neither I nor anyone in my family will take advantage of the protections offered by this law." Those pledging would of course voluntarily surrender their current group health coverage and be thrown into the unregulated market for individual health insurance, so as to swim in the same sea of insecurity as their constituents. A quickie law would be passed allowing insurers to treat pledge-taking Republicans and their families under prior rules, exempting them from the reforms just signed into law by the president.
Miller does not consider the reality that the current malformed health reform changes the very nature of the macroeconomic system of health care. It is as ludicrous as saying "because one does not support the building of the following dam, they shall be free to drink as much as they can downstream, but not benefit from the reservoir". Any thinking half-wit should recognize that the system itself has changed, and such nugatory thought experiments move from failed charlatanry to fraud.