SCOTTSDALE — Now, see, that's how we should be able to talk politics.

Today's headline keynote debate at the Benefits Selling Expo featured a pair of Beltway insiders trading barbs over political parties, electoral history and, of course, Obamacare. But while Paul Begala and Tucker Carlson clearly disagree on a lot of things, they also managed to share a lot of common ground.

Like a couple of good salespeople, the two pundits, and good friends, used the common ground to launch into a discussion — and subsequent dissection — of PPACA.

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