You know Obamacare is bad when Obama himself compares it to a Samsung smartphone catching on fire

The Affordable Care Act has had its share of critics but none as telling as President Obama himself.

The president offered a less than flattering assessment of his signature healthcare legislation, comparing it to the latest Samsung smartphone that was recalled for catching on fire.

With insurance companies fleeing Obamacare, the president compared the 2010 policy to the recalled Galaxy Note 7 in a speech Thursday at Miami Dade College in Florida.

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When a smartphone, or a law in this case, has a “few bugs,” Obama said,  you fix it or upgrade it.

“Unless it catches fire. Then you pull it off the market,” he said.

“But you don’t go back to using a rotary phone. You don’t say ‘Well, we’re repealing smartphones. We’re just gonna do the dial-up thing.’ That’s not what you do,” he added.

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Obama defended the policy and his actions on health care reform, firing back at those calling for a repeal of Obamacare.  “We’re not gonna go back to discriminating against Americans with pre-existing conditions,” he said.

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