Obama to Telemundo: Majority of Americans Wrong on Obamacare

Wednesday, 18 Sep 2013 04:38 AM

By Greg Richter

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In an interview with Telemundo airing Tuesday, President Barack Obama said the growing majority of Americans doubting his healthcare law are wrong.
 
Noting that people can begin signing up for the Affordable Care Act's healthcare exchanges on Oct. 1, the Telemundo interviewer noted that the latest NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows that most Americans oppose it, believing it will produce damaging results.
 
"Fifty-two percent believe the law will raise their health care costs. Is everybody wrong?" he asks.
 
"Yes," Obama said, laughing. "They are."
 
Obama went on to say his opponents have spent billions of dollars in the past four years  "misinforming" people about the law that requires every American to buy health insurance.
 
"All the horror stories that were talked about have not come true," Obama said. "It's going to be a good deal."

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