Bill O’Reilly took on the continuing trainwreck of the Obamacare rollout on Friday, finding it more than a little amusing that Howard Dean blamed the Obamacare website failures in part on Republican obstinance.
O’Reilly touted the Factor as the “go-to news program if you wants the facts about Obamacare,” contrasting his approach with the “crazy political fanaticism on both sides.
He went point-by-point after the failures of the Obamacare rollout, including insurance companies dropping policies left and right. He reminded viewers that Obama “misinformed” the country when he said people can keep their plans if they like them.
O’Reilly then targeted Dean for saying Republicans share some of the blame for the website’s failures because of their obstinance.
“Because Republicans oppose Obamacare, somehow the computer system doesn’t work? I guess Republicans have some kind of magical power that’s transmitted to the software allowing it not to function.”
Watch the video below, via Fox News:
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