Maybe this election won't be about Obamacare? "One of the deepest regrets harbored, and often expressed, by conservatives is that the nomination of father-of-Obamacare Mitt Romney robbed them of their chance to run the kind of obsessive health-care campaign they have longed for since 2010. The midterms -- the first election after the law has taken effect -- give them their best chance to claim a kind of popular mandate against its implementation and breathe new life into the cause of repeal. They may have to choose between strategy and rage." Jonathan Chait in New York Magazine.