And the War on Obamacare continues ad nauseam. Back to the future:
Medicare for All would have been my first choice, but that's not what we have. My second choice was a public option included in the Affordable Care Act, but that's not what we have.
What we do have is Obamacare, and it has had a rough roll out. President Obama omitted a few words, so he is being called a liar. He isn't, but he should have included those clarifying words. How about calling out #Obamacare critics on actual lies? Serious lies.
And yes, the website has also been a mess. But not only is that temporary and not unusual (see Disastrous rollouts: Romneycare, Medicare Part D), it is being remedied, and it will become a thing of the past.
If we had a functioning government, if we didn't have dysfunctional Republicans intent on destroying President Obama, then Congress members would be working with the president to facilitate and rectify the problems.
Meantime, despite the endless, wearisome, nerve wracking fighting and drama, more lives are being saved, Americans are getting more comprehensive coverage at mostly better rates, and the GOP continues their political flatulence.