President Obama and White House staff are exempt from Obamacare; however, Congress is not.
Nov. 4, press release from Wenstrup's office says that, "Representative Brad Wenstrup announced this week that he and his staff will be entering the health insurance exchanges implemented under President Obama’s health care law beginning in January of 2014. As written, the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, requires all members of Congress and any “official” staff to receive health insurance coverage through the Obamacare exchanges.
Wenstrup described the move by saying “Congress must live by the laws it writes, and cannot expect to be treated differently from everyday Americans. I’m disappointed that President Obama and his staff refuse to join the health care exchanges that he forced upon millions of Americans. If it’s good enough for Congress and the American people, why isn't it good enough for the President?”
A month into the law’s implementation, Ohioans seeking coverage are still unable to use the federal website to obtain coverage. Rep. Wenstrup, a physician of 26 years, says he “remains committed to replacing Obamacare” and shrinking the federal government’s role in health care while replacing it with health care reforms that allow consumers to keep their insurance plans and doctors."
Source: Wenstrup House Gov.