AP poll: Glitch-plagued rollout of Obama's health care overhaul voted top story of 2013

  • Article by: DAVID CRARY , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 23, 2013 - 4:00 PM

NEW YORK — The glitch-plagued rollout of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul was the top news story of 2013, followed by the Boston Marathon bombing and the dramatic papal changeover at the Vatican, according to The Associated Press' annual poll of U.S. editors and news directors.

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mnavariceDec. 22, 13 4:09 PM

The lie of the year. The pundits on the sunday morning shows were in dis belief on how obama was allowed to go out and state the lie over and over and over.

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kleindropperDec. 23, 13 6:57 AM

Website snafus? What about the skyrocketing plan costs and millions losing their insurance due to a law meant to cover the few who didn't have coverage?

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godiveDec. 23, 13 7:04 AM

"The site gradually improved, but a wave of cancellation notices from insurers undercut Obama's oft-repeated promise that people who liked their existing coverage could keep it." Is the AP still trying to support Obama and this mess. The title of the article leads readers to assume it is a web site issue only. But the above statement indicates that it is broken at its core. Far more than just "Gliches".

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nimrod888Dec. 23, 13 7:07 AM

Maybe if MSNBC and CNN devoted anytime at all to this story, their ratings would rise a little. The only network that covered this story in depth was Fox News Channel, and their ratings continue to rise. Still amazes me how much of the media will do anything to protect their president.

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Truckman182Dec. 23, 13 7:20 AM

The press spent most of the time trying to provide cover for Obama. Sad how slanted the media has become....

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kebu80Dec. 23, 13 7:38 AM

I agree totally with two previous comments. The media will go out of their way to cover for King Obama and HIS health care program. Hopefully this thing explodes on them ecspecially before next election. This OBAMAcare is a complete reflection on this administration.

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