| "Tokyo is no longer the top spot on the list of the world's most expensive cities. The new number one is Detroit. Mostly because if you move there you'll get all your stuff stolen," according to comedian Jodi Miller. She also touched on Oregon's Obamacare exchange, Cuban dissidents, the Keystone XL Pipeline, NHL, and California Governor Jerry Brown.
| CNN Anchor John King admits "its bad news for Democrats", in a conversation about the Obamacare message in elections. Some Democrats are now running on a platform of fixing Obamacare, realizing its unpopularity among constituents.
| At the Democratic Executive Committee Conference, Democrats show how isolated they are from the feelings of most Americans. Most interviewees see Obamacare as popular and necessary, including one young lady who thinks, "you have to take your medicine at some point" even if "you may not like how it tastes."
| Politifacts dubbed Obama's claim 'if you like your health care plan, you can keep it' the lie of 2013. Stan Veuger of the American Enterprise Institute offered a potential Lie of the Year winner for 2014: "we will lower your premiums by $2500."
| On Jimmy Kimmel Live Tuesday night Kimmel asked his audience how many of them had signed up for Obamacare. The answer was dead silence. He proceeded to go into a hilarious skit mocking the complexity surrounding the Obamacare website.
| Only 19 percent of Latinos have sought out health insurance on the exchanges, according to a Commonwealth Fund survey. The government launched CuidadoDeSalud.gov (the Spanish form of Healthcare.gov) in December. One reason for the scant interest could be that many Latino families have never had health insurance, according to Xavier Morales, executive director of the Latino Coalition for a Healthy California.