Thursday, October 24, 2013

New York Times Finally Notices the Obamacare Rollout

The New York Times today has finally surfaced some news coverage on the disastrous rollout of Obamacare.   After having ignored the issue for three weeks, the Times has given the story limited coverage in today's edition.  This is coming after nearly a dozen Democratic Congressman have publicly implored the President to delay the rollout.  Most of these Democrats are up for re-election in 2014.  Those that aren't up for re-election are mostly silent.

Nearly 40 people have managed to sign up for Obamacare in the state of Wisconsin.  That seems be a cause for celebration in the White House.  At that rate, we should reach White House enrollment estimates by sometime in 2176 -- that is, more than 150 years from now. Better late than never, I suppose.

No wonder that the NY Times has finally awoken.  The Times, always desperate to support the most extreme left wing political position that is out there, is now casting about for reasons to blame the Obamacare collapse on anyone but the Administration.  Good luck with that.

This is the most corrupt and inefficient administration in the history of the country.  The Obamacare rollout is predictable and consistent with the pattern of the Obama Administration.  The misstatements, evasions, and shoddy work habits of the Obama Administration are without precedent in America.  

Meanwhile, Obama's golf scores are getting better and White House parties are more entertaining than ever.

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