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The first step in recovery is admitting the cover-up always fails

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Among the most familiar lessons of the Watergate scandal is the maxim that the cover-up is always worse than the original crime. It continues to amaze nearly four decades later that so many in Washington have yet to learn how true this is. The secrecy surrounding the design, management and functioning of, the Obamacare program's central web portal, is the latest example. The site...

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