Oregon senator Ron Wyden, a Democrat, today expressed concern about Obamacare. Reuters reports:
While Obama and his administration say they are working nonstop on reform, analysts believe a poor performance could make the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act a big enough campaign issue in 2014 to jeopardize Democratic control of the Senate - particularly if insurance costs rise sharply.
"There is reason to be very concerned about what's going to happen with young people. If their (insurance) premiums shoot up, I can tell you, that is going to wash into the United States Senate in a hurry," said Senator Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat.
Some Democrats are frustrated about the lack of details surrounding administration plans to promote the exchanges.
With this comment, Wyden joins Democrats Chuck Schumer, Harry Reid, and Max Baucus, who themselves recently expressed concern about Obamacare.