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Liberals out out of step with mainstream America President Obama apologizes The broken pledge has been made worse by the utter mismanagement of the Obamacare enrollment system.
People with cancelled plans can't even find out what their options are under the new law.
Barack Obama's Pants are on Fire. Irreparable damage on the national level aside, after hawking the Affordable Care Act like a snake oil salesman, barking "Step right up, if you like your insurance plan you can keep your insurance plan," some gravely ill Americans are finding out that the cure-all the merchant of "Hope and Change" peddled was pure quackery.
Now, after a panicked realization has set in, the president, doing what he does best, decided he should at least make believe that he's sorry and that he's diligently working toward rectifying the catastrophic situation he caused. Obamacare Is Running Out of Bullets. Conservatives may complain that the apology was inadequate, since the president did not admit that he'd misled people.
But this is the first time I can remember this president apologizing like this.
It may be sincere. It is also a sign that his administration is backed into a corner.
It can't deny that this is happening, nor can it blame anyone else. What's left to it are expressions of regret. I disagree with the statement that Obama's apology "may be sincere.
Obama is not known for sincerity, and this "apology" of his was obviously constructed by his lawyers and then rehearsed over and over.
Krauthammer On Obama's Apology: There's no running away from it. You see the president, you think about the policy and you know it's a disaster.
And the problem for the Democrats is, they are hostage to a bunch of geeks working right now late into the night trying to fix a system which is not just the glitches we talked about. The architecture, the underlying structure of it is wrong. I'm Sorry for Obamacare Sort Of.
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