Obama Announces Obamacare 'Fix' That Doesn't Fix Anything, Blames Insurance Companies

President Obama announces today that he supports a "fix" for Obamacare that would allow some Americans to keep the healthcare plans they already had for an additional year. That was already built into the Affordable Care Act aka Obamacare law. It's not an actual change to anything, it's just an attempt to get out ahead of the bills that Republican Fred Upton and Democrat Mary Landrieu are sponsoring in the House and Senate that would legislatively "fix" Obamacare. It's an exercise in blame-shifting, and an abdication of leadership.

As news of the plan leaked, skepticism spread.

Barack Obama's credibility is now entirely gone. Having never had any Republicans on board with Obamacare, he cannot blame them. He cannot accept blame himself or blame Congress, as it was controlled entirely by Democrats when Obamacare passed. It's not in his character to accept responsibility for anything he does that doesn't turn out good. His only hope was to try shifting blame to the insurance companies, so that's what he intends to do.

His new "fix" mocks his own recent statements on his own signature law.