AN APOLOGY WOULD BE NICE: 1 month of horrors, time for an Obama apology, meeting with GOP

Published on November 4, 2013

It’s now been officially one month since President Obama launched his health insurance exchange and broken website. Over the past few weeks, it’s become clear that the problems with the health care law go well beyond a failed website. The technical problems are just the tip of the iceberg.

Nearly every promise made by the Obama administration has been broken.

The president’s latest speeches and the testimony of HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius have just amounted to more spin.

The health exchange has not been as easy to use as

People are finding their plans are not as cheap as a cell phone bill.

Their family’s doctors may not even be covered by their new insurance.

President Obama should admit to the American people that his law doesn’t provide the affordable, accessible health care coverage that they wanted all along. Then he should come to the table with Republicans to give people the real health care reform that they need, that they want, and that they deserve.

As we all remember, President Obama also promised repeatedly that if you liked the insurance you had, you could keep it. It turns out that only if the White House likes your plan can you keep it – if not, you’re out of luck. In fact, the Administration knew for years that up to 16 million people across the country could lose their insurance. Rather than being honest with the American people, they chose to hide the problem.

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