Wolf Blitzer: Obama Should 'Accept' GOP Proposal and Delay ObamaCare One Year
Highlighting "major problems" with the website of ObamaCare's federal
exchange, CNN's Wolf Blitzer said the administration should have
accepted the Republican proposal and delayed implementation of the
health care law for a year.
"Yeah. If they had three years to get this ready, if they weren't fully ready, they should accept the advice that a lot of Republicans are giving them, delay it another year, get it ready, and make sure it works," Blitzer said on Wednesday.
[Video below. Audio here.]
Blitzer's candid observation followed Brian Todd's report on "a lot of
problems" with the website. Todd quoted a database company owner, "He
says it really is just poorly designed. It's just not user friendly.
He's still not been able to enroll, much less navigate and get
"More than a week after its launch, the federal health care website still plagued by major problems. Long wait time, error messages, crashes, other issues are preventing many people from signing up for insurance," Blitzer introduced the segment.
Below is a transcript of the segment, which aired on CNN Newsroom on October 9 at 1:52 p.m. EDT:
— Matt Hadro is a News Analyst at the Media Research Center. Follow Matt Hadro on Twitter.