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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- It's no secret -- Rand Paul is not a fan of President Obama's Affordable Care Act. The Kentucky Senator goes on to say the big push from the administration is because they're scared.
He thinks young healthy Americans are going to look at the plan and say it's no better than what they currently have, and in fact it may be more expensive.
Paul said, "The thing about it is, if it's so good and it's free, and it's going to be so easy to get on the website, why do they have to advertise to get you to do it? Why are they going door-to-door trying to convince people that Obamacare's so great if it's supposedly free and cheaper and the best thing since sliced bread, why do we have to convince people to go buy it?"
President Obama has been doing damage control, promising to work on glitches with the national sign-up website.