Looks like Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and President Barack Obama agree on a point about the Affordable Care Act.
"As the president says, this is about so much more than a website. And he's right," McConnell, R-Ky., told the Senate Wednesday.
McConnell has been urging fixes to the law, which has been plagued by its balky website.
"The pain this law is causing is not digital. It's real," McConnell said. He listed what he saw as some of the problems: Fewer hours for workers, eliminating some jobs, college graduates who can only find part time work.
"And this was before basically anyone had even heard of the Obamacare website," McConnell charged.
Remember, he said, a website can be fixed. "But the pain this law is causing, higher premiums and cancelled coverage, that's what's really important," he asserted.