The president's Affordable Care Act got off to a shaky start this month with massive website delays and glitches that made it nearly impossible for people to sign up for the plan.
There is also new evidence that signing up for Obamacare could put consumers' privacy at risk.
Buried in the source code of the site's "terms and conditions" page is the following sentence: "You have no reasonable expectation of privacy regarding any communication or data transiting or stored on this information system."
USA Today called the website an "inexcusable mess" and a "nightmare."
Meanwhile, critics like Gordon D'Angelo, founder and chairman of NEXT Financial Group, warn Obamacare's problems run far deeper, saying it's bad for the economy and hazardous to your health.
***D'Angelo talked more about what the Affordable Care Act will mean for Americans on The 700 Club, Oct. 15.