By Bernie Becker - 01/05/14 12:27 PM EST
Sen. Rand PaulRand PaulSaudi skeptics gain strength in Congress Senators challenge status quo on Saudi arms sales Five tips from Trump's fallen rivals on how to debate him MORE (R-Ky.) said Sunday that his family is having its own troubles signing up for coverage under President Obama's signature healthcare law.
Democrats have cited Kentucky’s exchange for being well-run, but Paul said it won’t let him pay for insurance.
“It’s a mess. I keep getting an error code every time I go in. It will not let me edit my policy,” Paul said. “This is an unfolding disaster that I don’t think gets better any time soon.”
But Sen. Chuck SchumerCharles SchumerSaudis hire lobbyists amid 9/11 fight Consumer bureau remains partisan target after Wells Fargo settlement Overnight Healthcare: Planned Parenthood deal in sight in Senate | A new 'public option' push MORE (D-N.Y.) said on the same show that he didn’t think ObamaCare would be the potent political issue Republicans think this year.
“I think the assets over 2014 are going to increase. The liabilities are going to decrease,” Schumer said. “But all of it will be dwarfed by the issue: Who’s going to get middle-class incomes rising again?”