Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown was elected to fill Ted Kennedy's seat in a flush of anti-Obamacare sentiment. He vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act. And now he's benefitting from Obamacare:

Even though he wants to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Sen. Scott Brown admitted Monday that his 23-year-old daughter has health insurance thanks to President Barack Obama’s health care law.

The Massachusetts Republican told the Boston Globe that he takes advantage of the law to keep his daughter Ayla, a professional singer, covered under his congressional health plan.

Of course I do,” he told the paper.

So he uses Obamacare to extend his socialist government-run health care to his adult daughter. Got it. In other Scott Brown news, he's released a radio ad announcing his pride in working with President Obama:

There was a time—it was only for a few weeks, but it was a definite period of jubilation in conservative circles—where Scott Brown stood as the new conservative hope: A teabagger in a super-liberal state, standing up for what he believes in. Republicans really believed that Brown was the cutting edge of a new movement. It hasn't taken very long for that fairy tale to fall apart. Now he couldn't pass one of their creepy purity tests if he tried.