As November 30th draws near, the target date for to attain functionality, President Obama is heading to San Francisco and Los Angeles to fill the Democrat party coffers. Knowing the President is hobnobbing with the entertainment industry’s elite isn’t consoling Democrat congressional hopefuls that would prefer he was focusing on fixing his broken health care system.

Democrat congressional contenders are panicking while suffering from the assault of Obamacare on their victory dreams for this coming midterm election. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debby Wasserman Schultz say the storm will blow over and everything will be alright by the time Americans make it to the polls in 2014. But some Democratic strategists think this is a serious act of denial shared by many of the party leaders, including the White House.

Nancy Pelosi, speaking to a group hosted by BuzzFeed, said “we’re proud” of Obamacare and it will not “hurt us in 2014.” Schultz insisted on a recent CNN news program that Obamacare will be “an advantage” for candidates in 2014. She also told reporters, “Democrats will run on the Affordable Care Act and win.” Meanwhile, White House spokesman Jay Carney claims Obama is taking the high road and dismisses any notion that Obamacare is perceived negatively: “The fact is that [the president] is focused on delivering the access to quality and affordable health insurance to the American people that the Affordable Care Act promises. He’s not concerned about the politics.”

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