President Barack Obama says the rollout of his flagship health care law has been marred by "glitches and bumps," but he insists the disruptions won't affect most Americans or stop them from benefiting from the reforms. Still, Republicans say the snags could give them ammunition going into the 2014 midterms. "Obamacare was a political nightmare for Democrats in the 2010 election. In 2014, it's shaping up to be a political tsunami," argues GOP strategist Brad Dayspring.
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