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In the aftermath of Thursday's dramatic decision by the Supreme Court, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed a host of experts, analysts, and industry insiders to add their perspective on the health care law.
Joining Piers Morgan live, "The New York Times" columnist Charles Blow shared his thoughts on what he classified as "disingenuous" reactions from those opposing Obamacare:
"This is a tax they're not even going to have to pay," insisted Blow. "The idea that you are now championing for these people, the very people who all of the Republican policies basically take a knock at, is ridiculous!"
In her response, conservative columnist Katie Plavich suggested that Blow said Obamacare was not a tax, an accusation to which he objected:
"Who said that?" he asked. "What we won't be doing, is putting words in somebody else's mouth...the truth will set you free!"
As the best-selling author of "Fast and Furious" continued, things once again turned lively:
"Now, going back to the point, what you made, that Republicans shouldn't be championing health care and all of this for minorities and poor people..." Plavich began.
And again, Blow jumped in:
"I didn't say they shouldn't be!"
Frustrated with being cutting off, Pavlich pleaded: "Stop interrupting me!"
"You're not going to say things that are not true on the air and attribute them to me, and then expect me to sit silently by," warned Blow. "Not going to happen."
"I'm speaking to people listening, I'm not talking to you, Mr. Blow," came Pavlich's final effort, before the segment exhausted it's allotted time.
Watch the clip, and listen to the panel, as representatives from both sides of the argument debate one of the most polarizing and divisive issues in modern American politics.
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