President Obama spoke publically Monday about the problems that millions of Americans have experience with the health insurance exchanges under Obamacare. Of note, he mentioned that contrary to public belief, 85% of Americans don’t need to sign up as they are covered by an employer, Medicare or Medicaid. He mentioned a “tech surge” being undertaken to fix problems plaguing the federal exchange website, but that the website is not the only means of signing up for coverage. He encouraged people to register by phone as an alternative. He also acknowledged the problems. He tried to put a positive spin on it and offer solutions, as is his job, but he expressed his frustration that the methods of executing the program have given a bad name to what he still believes is a fundamentally good product.