The Washington Times - November 1, 2013, 11:04AM

Reince Priebus, Republican National Committee chairman, said the administration’s fixes and apologies for Obamacare are, so far, all talk and little concrete improvement.

“I get it, [White House spokesman] Jay Carney is talking, the president is talking, it’s a lot of talk,” he said on MSNBC. “The fact is that people are feeling a lot of pain, and the law isn’t being carried out the way they were promised.”


Mr. Priebus went on to say that, though right now people can’t even sign up for the exchanges, once they are able, he thinks many will be disappointed by the prices of the plans available to them.

“I would concede that eventually I would imagine this website is going to get fixed,” he said. “What’s going to happen next is people are going to sign up for the exchanges, and they’re going to find out they’re going to pay more money than the plan they were dropped from.”