Bachmann on ObamaCare: 'Administration Gets to Have it Any Way They Want'

'I feel sorry, honestly, from the people who are trying to be administrators of Obamacare. How in the world do they know what to comply with?'

Bachmann: 'I Feel Sorry' for Obamacare Administrators (CNS News)

After repeatedly insisting that they would honor Obamacare's March 31 open enrollment deadline, the Obama administration is now giving Americans an extra two weeks to complete the sign-up process.

"I mean, isn't it a wonderful world? The administration gets to have it any way they want it have it," Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) told Fox News's Neil Cavuto on Wednesday.

"And I feel sorry, honestly, from the people who are trying to be administrators of Obamacare. How in the world do they know what to comply with? Do you either follow the law as it's written or are you responsible for watching Jay Carney's press conference to figure out what the law is?"

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