Obama tells the press that there won't be any need to report on ObamaCare horror stories:
The president acknowledged that some people might encounter problems trying to obtain insurance.
“Even if we do everything perfectly, there will still be, you know, glitches and bumps, and there will be stories that can be written that say, ‘Oh, look, this thing is, you know, not working the way it’s supposed to, and this happened and that happened,’ ” Mr. Obama said. “And that’s pretty much true of every government program that’s ever been set up.”
Daniel Kessler of Stanford and the Hopover Institution thinks there may be as many as thirty million glitches and bumps:
The Coming ObamaCare Shock
Millions of Americans will pay more for health insurance, lose their coverage, or have their hours of work cut back.
The allure of the David-versus-Goliath narrative is likely to prove irresistible to the media, raising the pressure on Washington to repeal or dramatically modify the law. With the implementation of ObamaCare beginning to take full force at the end of the year, there will be plenty of time before the 2014 midterm elections for Congress to consider its options.
We'll see whether the press follows their marching orders.