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Obama should have delayed Obamacare at least a year.
I think the only good thing out of CNN this year has been Sanjay Gupta's special segment on marijuana.  Maybe a few science segments on occasion.

But that's it.

Somewhere I think Ted Turner is really frustrated with what's going on with CNN these days because, to be frank, the station has become all glamour and really not a legitimate news reporting channel anymore.  

Wolf Blitzer's assessment of Obamacare proves why I am always watching Al Sharpton, Rachel Maddow, Ed Schultz, Martin Bashir and others' shows on MSNBC, C-Span or local news channels.

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"If they had three years to get this ready, if they weren't fully ready, they should accept the advice Republicans are giving them, delay it for a year, get it to work there are health insurance sites that work great," Blitzer said. "If they didn't get it ready in time, make sure to get it right."
And reporter Brian Todd seems to agree with Wolf:
"They ignored them, went full speed ahead, and said we'll work this out," Todd told Blitzer.
Wolf, you fool, we're talking about the government shutdown.  Keep your eyes focused on that because it's right now of more immediate importance than the Affordable Healthcare Act.

Maybe we should start flooding CNN's phone line and the Situation Room to go after Wolf for being such an "outstanding reporter":

Wolf Blitzer at Situation Room:  http://www.cnn.com/...
Situation Room on Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/...
Situation Room on Twitter:  https://twitter.com/...
CNN Corporate Phone Number:  1 (404) 827-1700

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