House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) told CNN host Candy Crowley that only a few Democrats are distancing themselves from Obamacare.
Pelosi, speaking Sunday morning, said her party is "proud" of the Affordable Care Act and the Democrats who are running from the law are just a few outliers:
CANDY CROWLEY: Since you say there, there are folks who are running campaign ads, Democrats, distancing themselves from this.
NANCY PELOSI: There may and few. Some of them weren't there to even vote for the bill and some of them who were there didn't vote for the bill. But that's the exception. Democrats embrace the Affordable Care Act. We're very proud of it. Anecdotally, if you hear this, that and the other thing, that's exactly what it is. The plural of anecdote is really not data. It is a few examples. But there are a couple hundred Democrats in the house who are proceeding in a very positive way.
New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters told Morning Joe last week most Democrats are scrambling to disassociate themselves from Obamacare: