The Results are In: Young Adults Underrepresented on Obamacare Exchanges

Former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius couldn’t have been clearer, “You are not fully enrolled in [an Obamacare plan] until you pay your premium.” And therein lies the rub. While the White House has been trotting out lofty numbers to support their claim that Obamacare is a smashing success, it was based on…
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White House Continues to Try and Hide Embarassingly Low Enrollment Figures

It was meant as a joke, but it turned out to be prescient. In the cold open of last weekend’s Saturday Night Live episode, one of the comedians dressed up as Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, poked fun at the disastrous state of the Obamacare exchange websites. “Millions of Americans are visiting healthcare.gov,…
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Obama’s Sales Pitch Isn’t the Problem. The Product Is.

It was a desperate speech, at a desperate time, given by a president who desperately needs this law to work. Yesterday, President Obama gave a Rose Garden speech that was one part infomercial and one part excoriation. “Thousands of people are signing up and saving money as we speak,” the President said. “Let me remind…
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The Obamacare House of Cards is Collapsing

Two weeks into the Obamacare rollout and it’s clear that Sen. Chuck Schumer’s prediction was right—it is a train wreck. The Obama Administration let their political aspirations and worries get in the way of a truly functioning product, and as a result we’re left with an unusable mess that has software engineers amazed at how…
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Even Democrats Are Growing Frustrated With Obamacare’s Growing Failures

Ronald Reagan famously said, “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” Obamacare, more than any piece of legislation in recent memory, is proving just how right Reagan was. President Obama’s health care bill, ironically called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, was…
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