After deeming the Obamacare website mostly fixed, President Obama went on the offensive yesterday.
He hit the road to deliver a message: stop worrying about the website and start talking about Obamacare's benefits.
Obama kicked off a three-week public relations surge. He acknowledged that the October 1 launch was fumbled. But he invited the nation to help him re-launch the effort. "If you've got good ideas. Bring 'em to me. Let's go," Obama says.
Republican lawmakers did not line up to help the re-launch yesterday. But Republican House Speaker John Boehner did offer his view: "It's not just a broken website, this bill is fundamentally flawed."