"You know, you can't look in a crystal ball, but I believe this is a moment after which everything will be different for the president," she said. "And if you look at the problems he's facing in the world, with Iran and other issues, he's going to miss his credibility very much."
Now, don't get me wrong: In many ways, Obama did drop the ball on the ACA rollout. He promised a much smoother transition than what actually occurred, and he has already apologized for that. But to compare the ACA to Katrina is fundamentally flawed and, indeed, insensitive.
How many people died because of the ACA rollout? And how many died because of Hurricane Katrina?