President Obama: "Healthcare Not Fixed, But Better"
What you think USA?
According to Obama 7.1 Americans have signed up for Obamacare. Now I know this is a lie, don’t ask me how I know. I know MANY who pay the fine for not having insurance because it is cheaper to do so. America, what do you think about what I type below, direct quotes. I am not saying I believe or trust ok. PLEASE watch this America and you tell me, is he telling the truth or is it all a lie? Because the America I speak to don’t tell me this story. 15 years ago American I know would eat out, go out, have 2 cars, manage on 1 income, today ALL those I know from years ago are struggling. So USA Tell me, who is right? Don’t come back at me with Democrat Vs Republican, Red Vs Blue, talk HUMAN LIFE TO ME. 600 Americans die PER DAY due to no Healthcare, but STILL Many Obama fans like him for the WRONG REASONS. For me, he is wrong, and he is telling you lies. For people who can’t see it, I ask, do you even want to?
Americans wait in line to get online enrolment assistance in Florida
The White House has not provided a demographic breakdown of the enrolment numbers and it was not immediately clear how many of the enrollees actually paid their premiums.
Also unknown is how many were previously uninsured, which is seen as the real marker to determine the success of Mr Obama's health care overhaul.
Although March 31 was the official sign-up deadline, millions of people are potentially still eligible for extensions granted by the administration.
Among those are people who were unable to complete the enrolment process for various reasons, including glitches to the federal website.
As the deadline approached on Monday, critics of the president's health care reforms continued to express opposition.
Republican House Speaker John Boehner's spokesman Michael Steel argued that the law was harming Americans.
He said: "Every promise the president made has been broken: Health care costs are rising, not falling.
"Americans are losing the doctors and plans that they like - especially seniors suffering under President Obama's Medicare cuts.
"Small businesses are afraid to hire new workers, hobbling our economic growth. That's why we must replace this fundamentally-flawed law with patient-centred solutions that will actually lower health care costs and help create jobs."
Mr Obama fired back at critics as he touted the enrolment figures from the White House Rose Garden on Tuesday.
He said: "The debate over repealing this law is over. The Affordable Care Act here to stay."