Saturday, October 19, 2013

Not Newsworthy -- The US Health Care Collapse

The New York Times, the Washington Post and other left wing extremist newspapers have decided that the failures of the enrollment process of the Obamacare rollout are not newsworthy.  They are running exactly zero articles on a system that even its's supporters have described as a "failed" process (Ezra Klein).

That almost twenty percent of the US economy is in crisis is no longer of interest to the Times and the Post.  After having cheerleaded for Obamacare, which the American public has been consistently opposed to, now these newspapers refuse to report the failure of the exchange websites that virtually guarantee the failure of Obamacare.

Meanwhile, Kathryn Sebelius, the secretary of HHS, the government bureaucrat in charge of the website rollout, refuses to meet with Congressional committees to even discuss the failure of the rollout.

Tens of millions of Americans are finding themselves losing their health insurance, unable to enroll in the Obama exchanges, and left in limbo having no idea what their health insurance status is going to be in the new year.  The fear that the average America is now feeling about their future health care is of no interest to the Obama Administration and not newsworthy to the extreme left-wing American press.

Thankfully, there are still sources in the news media that believe the public has a right to know about the twenty percent of the American economy that now is ruled by unelected and incompetent bureaucrats.  The Wall Street Journal and the Fox News outlets have been reporting the dramatic and incompetent collapse of the website signup process for Obamacare.  They are also reporting the numerous misstatements of fact that seem the cornerstone of the Obama Administration.  Telling the truth is simply not part of their lexicon.

The New York Times, the Washington Post, and President Obama should be ashamed.  The average American should be terrified.

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