The administration is celebrating 1.1 million “enrollments” in ObamaCare through the federal website and they are grasping at straws to spin the news about the program.
“As we continue our open enrollment campaign, we experienced a welcome surge in enrollment as millions of Americans seek access to affordable health care coverage,” Marilyn Tavenner, the head of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, said in a blog post.
They were also ecstatic about the performance of the site.
Officials also boasted HealthCare.gov was able to support 83,000 concurrent visitors on December 23, the next-to-last day before the sign-up deadline.
And then, there are the problems that they’re not talking about.
Those are just the problems with the insurance signups. The problems of actually getting medical CARE will likely make the website problems look like the good old days.
Here’s a good summary of the minefield the Obama administration will be walking through over the coming months.
And, since Democrats take so much joy from lying about how ObamaCare was modeled after RomneyCare in Massachusetts – aside from the fact that there is an “individual mandate” it’s not the same – here’s the results seen in Massachusetts.
It’s going to be a long 2014 for ObamaCare and we think we’ve barely seen the tip of the iceberg.
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