The Washington Times - October 31, 2013, 10:11AM

Rep. Paul Tonko, New York Democrat, said Thursday he is confident the many flaws and bugs of the Obama administration’s will be fixed.

“People are responding now in the best way, they have the best technical experts working on the system and I’m confident it will be up and running,” he said on “CNN Newsroom.”


Host Carol Costello pushed Mr. Tonko on whether or not someone should lose their job over the website debacle, noting that she believed the American people would see that as a sign that Mr. Obama was really angry that he wasn’t informed of problems.

Mr. Tonko, however, restated his faith in the team working on the website.

“I’m positive that they’ll get this fixed,” he said.