U.S. Rep. Bill Cassidy suggested that another delay in President Barack Obama's landmark healthcare law meant the law was "unworkable" and has been implemented by his "unilaterally" changing law.

The White House announced Tuesday that it would delay until mid-April the enrollment deadline for residents to obtain health insurance.

"The law has not been implemented well and may be unworkable," Cassidy said. "Now the longer we stretch this out, the harder it becomes for a good system to be put in place."

"It's a heck of a business model to be changing things on your own every two weeks or so," Cassidy added.

Cassidy said President Obama refuses to consult with the U.S. House of Representatives on the Affordable Care Act because he'd rather "it be shaped in his image--not the image the American people would like it to be shaped in."

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