President Obama arrives in Boston this afternoon to try to regain credibility that the Affordable Care Act will benefit a majority of Americans.
He's chosen a state and a backdrop filled with symbolism.
The President will defend the law at Faneuil Hall, where Governor Mitt Romney signed into law the state's
healthcare reform. That reform served as the model for Obamacare. The President finds himself on the defensive as massive computer glitches have frustrated and hindered the enrollment process for millions of Americans.
The President visits a supportive state on a day when Boston is filled with excitement over the Red Sox World Series game 6, his administration continues to face scrutiny on Capitol Hill.
Yesterday, an Obama official apologized for the computer snafus that have been plaguing the system since it launched. Today, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will face another committee looking for answers.