It’s Baaaack.

Get ready for HillaryCare, folks:

In her remarks, Clinton outlined a range of challenges she said Democrats would tackle in the coming months, such as trimming the federal deficit, reducing dependence on foreign oil, and improving the image of the United States abroad.

She also said Democrats would focus on improving the quality and affordability of health care _ a touchy matter for the former first lady, who in 1993 led her husband’s calamitous attempt to overhaul the nation’s health care system. The failure of that effort helped Republicans win control of both the Senate and House the following year.

“Health care is coming back,” Clinton warned, adding, “It may be a bad dream for some.”

Flashback to libertarian Jane Galt the day after the election:

A lot of libertarians, including me, got what we wanted this morning: a Democratic Congress.

I’ve got a baaaaaaad feeling that we’re going to be suffering buyer’s remorse by spring . . .

Update: Already starting . . . .

A day late and a dollar short, Ms. Galt. Ayn Rand must be spinning in her grave right now.

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