"I'm not worried about the exchanges," he said in a Senate floor speech. "They'll get that fixed." [...]It's only centralized, Coburn should realize, because so many Republican governors and legislatures decided to try to boycott the whole thing and refused to set up their own exchanges. It will only be complicated by fraud or incompetence if the state regulators who are supposed be overseeing private insurers in their states allow it. And in Republican-led states, that seems pretty damned likely.
"It will eventually work and work well," he said.
Coburn was less favorable toward the rest of the law, which he said would remain problematic due to "centralized management" within the federal government. "It is inefficient, most of the time ineffective, oftentimes complicated by fraud or incompetence," he said.
But, hey, at least he's recognizing the reality that a broken website isn't the equivalent of Benghazi, or something. I guess that's progress.