President Plans to Fix Obamacare

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obama-healthPresident Obama spoke on plans to fix issues with the Affordable Care Act today, but not without first acknowledging the marketplace’s “rough” rollout, clarifying how unhappy he is about the glitches.

While admitting that the website’s technical failings have prevented a large number of Americans from signing up, he said that the 100,000 who did enroll in the first month “shows that Americans want health care.”

He specifically addressed complaints from people who were notified that they could not keep the insurance they already have, despite having reiterated the motto “if you like your health care, you can keep it,” in the leadup to the law’s enactment. The new plan will reportedly keep plans that were supposed to dissolve at the end of this year available in 2014. Insurance companies will be required, however, to inform customers if their plans don’t comply with Obamacare’s rules about minimum benefits.

{Andy Heller-Matzav.com Newscenter}

7 COMMENTS

  1. He has had no legal authority to tinker with the bill already passed. It’s up to Congress to pass a repeal over his veto, if they have what it takes. If they only tinker themselves, it still falls in a heap.

  2. “clarifying how unhappy he is about the glitches”

    Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ! Barry is starting to make Clinton look like an honest upstanding fellow!

  3. THIS is an excellent example of how the government running your affairs for you does not work.

    The worst part is that the government has already changed the ObamaCare rules so many times. Its almost as many times that Lavan tried to bamboozle Ya’akov!

    These faculty lounge elitists in the highest echelons of government think they know everything and are always right. They blame others when things go wrong.

    We demand our freedom back!!

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