The problem with Obamacare is not the website or the rollout. The problem with Obamacare is what it's trying to impose upon the American people. For the first time in our nation's history you are being forced to buy a government product -- or pay a penalty.
It's a federal takeover of our health care system that will limit your choices, your freedoms, and eventually limit the care that is available. It hasn't taken full affect yet, but it's already sending premiums skyrocketing and its crushing mandates on businesses is crippling their ability to create jobs.
When fully implemented, it will be a nightmare. If you thought Health and Human Services did a terrible job with the roll out, you haven't seen anything yet. When the Obama Administration begins to enforce the implementation of Obamacare, you'll be forced to pay stiff penalties for not purchasing the government's mandated policies.
Obamacare must be repealed and replaced with a national health care policy that allows people to buy the health insurance they want and need and that allows market competition between health insurance providers that will result in more choices for plans and at lower costs. We need innovative reforms for Medicaid that not only provide coverage for low-income individuals and families, but also create incentives for controlling costs, promote healthier lifestyle choices and reforms that treat people with dignity. And we must establish high-risk health insurance pools to make sure that people with chronic health problems are covered.