Should Obamacare Be Delayed -- And More to the Point, Can It?

Social security numbers allegedly passed around in clear sight. Page after page of unworkable code. And no clarity on when it will all be fixed. Just another day of trying to log in to healthcare.gov.

Social security numbers allegedly passed around in clear sight. Page after page of unworkable code. And no clarity on when it will all be fixed.

Just another day of trying to log in to healthcare.gov.

Two weeks after its launch, the federal health insurance exchange is a "failure," says The Washington Post's Ezra Klein. Some officials deserve to be fired, according to Robert Gibbs, who until February 2011 was one of President Obama's closest advisers.

And those are the Affordable Care Act's supporters.

Even the president conceded on Tuesday that healthcare.gov had "way more glitches than I think are acceptable."

Those glitches could take months -- or even years -- to fix, according to reports. But there's a key deadline looming: Jan. 1, 2014, when the ACA's individual mandate takes effect.

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Source: Kaiser Health News