President Obama took to the Rose Garden on Monday to defend Obamacare, pledging to fix the glitchy rollout of Healthcare.gov while at the same time promising not to "sugarcoat" its many problems. “No one is madder than me that it’s not working. And that means it’s going to get fixed,” Obama said. He also used the appearance to tout the law in general, insisting there is a “national demand” for the coverage provided in the reform. "It's time for people to stop rooting for its failure," the president insisted.