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Good evening I'm Chris Wallace in for Bret -- President Obama's signature legislative accomplishment the affordable care Iraq door Obama care is two years old today.
The reelection campaign is touting the achievement would mailers and phone calls to supporters.
The chief White House correspondent and correspondent Ed Henry explains why the president isn't going to his own party good evening at.
Good evening Chris -- vice president famously said this was a big bleeping deal today.
Not so much.
Years ago in the east room it was not just Vice President Biden celebrating the signing of health care of today on the second anniversary President Obama was not so ready to go promote what's supposed to be his signature domestic achievement.
Instead he held a Rose Garden event nominating a new president of the World Bank doctor Jim Kim.
It in an unusual move a president who dislike shouting questions -- took one about the shooting death of trade on -- Some little surprise of the -- -- birthday cake there.
Two celebrated the second anniversary of the idea of Obama care.
And we've all noticed that not a lot of being said about the idea.
The new law a lot is being said but by Republicans from a birthday banner at the RNC.
To a new ad from a conservative group run by former aides to house majority leader Eric Cantor showing Uncle Sam let the doctor liberals in congress -- government bureaucrats in between when your doctor Jay Carney insisted the White House is not ducking a political liabilities.
Noting health -- was featured in a major campaign film.
He knew that he couldn't fix the economy.
He didn't fix health -- -- -- Republicans are trying to distract from the fact that if they repealed the law.
They have no plan to fix the systems would you again.
Have a new way it was before when insurance companies could throw you off.
If you -- if you got sick they have no answer to that.
This is not a debate we will shy away from.
-- ahead of Monday's start of Supreme Court oral arguments over whether it's constitutional.
The president faces a skeptical public.
Fox News polling shows little change over the last two years in a high percentage of the public that wants to repeal the whole law or parts of it.
Despite presidential promises the more people were educated about the -- before they'd like it.
I'll be out there waging a great campaign from one -- of the country to -- out.
Telling Americans with the insurance or without insurance what they stand to -- On Monday when the Supreme Court kicks things off the president will be relatively quiet again he'll be in South Korea at a Nuclear Security Summit.
Though democratic groups will be out in full force on his bat defending a law very much under fire Chris.
More on this with a panel -- thank you.
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