As House Republicans now push for a one-year delay in ObamaCare, there's a growing debate about why members of Congress and many other federal workers do not have to enroll in the ObamaCare health exchanges that millions of Americans will soon be using for coverage.

Hannity Challenges Republicans: 'Take a Stand Against ObamaCare'

Ed Henry took the question straight to White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, asking him very simply whether he will be enrolling in ObamaCare, and it led to yet another contentious back-and-forth between the two.

'I Fought on the Floor When It Mattered': McCain Reacts to Cruz's ObamaCare Speech

Carney responded that "absolutely" he would sign up if at some point he does not have employer-provided coverage.

Highlights: Sen. Ted Cruz’s Marathon 21-Hour Anti-ObamaCare Speech

Watch the exchange and the ensuing discussion between Bill Hemmer and Bret Baier on whether the new health care law is really "ready for primetime."

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