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Lee Saghirian November 13, 2013 at 08:55 am
Patriot Post:Fuzzy Math and ObamaCare The Obama administration is expected to release ObamaCareRead More enrollment numbers this week, and the results should be laughable. The Wall Street Journal estimates that the number will be "[f]ewer than 50,000 people" enrolled in a private insurance plan through Healthcare.gov, which "is a fraction of the Obama administration's target of 500,000 enrollees for October." But the math is a little fuzzy. One administration official elaborated, saying, "In the data that will be released this week, 'enrollment' will measure people who have filled out an application and selected a qualified health plan in the marketplace." So not actual enrollees, but anyone who made it far enough to have something in their cart. Healthcare.gov won't be working anytime soon, either. By contrast, tens of millions of Americans are losing their plans thanks to ObamaCare. In fact, more people lost their plans in our native Tennessee than enrolled in ObamaCare. That's pretty much the opposite of what the president promised when he lied about keeping your plan. On a related note, providing health care benefits to people isn't hard if the administration wants to do it. Some $91 million in benefits and $29 million for prescriptions was paid out for illegal aliens this year. The ObamaCare rollout has been so bad that Democrats are scattering like cockroaches when the light turns on. In particular, as Hillary Clinton fires up the 2016 Express, she's going to be distancing herself from the ObamaCare train wreck. Just a couple of months ago, Bill Clinton was touting ObamaCare's ability to "empower people to have better life stories." Tuesday, Clinton set the election template for Democrats: "I personally believe, even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got," meaning their insurance plans. Republicans in Congress have introduced the 'Keep Your Health Plan' Act to take advantage of the opportunity. But it wouldn't surprise us to see the two parties switch sides -- the Democrats hopping on board with saving people's plans (and trying to salvage their 2014 election hopes) and the Republicans trying to force Democrats to lie in the bed they made. Overall, we'd say the spectacle has been entertaining, except that so many people are suffering because of it. cc. Carl's delete file
Lee Saghirian November 13, 2013 at 12:33 pm
Only 100,000 signed up for this Turkey called Obamacare. That's roughly 2000 per State. EpicRead More Failure! cc. Dumbocrat Carl's delete file
Lee Saghirian November 13, 2013 at 08:55 am
Patriot Post:Fuzzy Math and ObamaCare The Obama administration is expected to release ObamaCareRead More enrollment numbers this week, and the results should be laughable. The Wall Street Journal estimates that the number will be "[f]ewer than 50,000 people" enrolled in a private insurance plan through Healthcare.gov, which "is a fraction of the Obama administration's target of 500,000 enrollees for October." But the math is a little fuzzy. One administration official elaborated, saying, "In the data that will be released this week, 'enrollment' will measure people who have filled out an application and selected a qualified health plan in the marketplace." So not actual enrollees, but anyone who made it far enough to have something in their cart. Healthcare.gov won't be working anytime soon, either. By contrast, tens of millions of Americans are losing their plans thanks to ObamaCare. In fact, more people lost their plans in our native Tennessee than enrolled in ObamaCare. That's pretty much the opposite of what the president promised when he lied about keeping your plan. On a related note, providing health care benefits to people isn't hard if the administration wants to do it. Some $91 million in benefits and $29 million for prescriptions was paid out for illegal aliens this year. The ObamaCare rollout has been so bad that Democrats are scattering like cockroaches when the light turns on. In particular, as Hillary Clinton fires up the 2016 Express, she's going to be distancing herself from the ObamaCare train wreck. Just a couple of months ago, Bill Clinton was touting ObamaCare's ability to "empower people to have better life stories." Tuesday, Clinton set the election template for Democrats: "I personally believe, even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got," meaning their insurance plans. Republicans in Congress have introduced the 'Keep Your Health Plan' Act to take advantage of the opportunity. But it wouldn't surprise us to see the two parties switch sides -- the Democrats hopping on board with saving people's plans (and trying to salvage their 2014 election hopes) and the Republicans trying to force Democrats to lie in the bed they made. Overall, we'd say the spectacle has been entertaining, except that so many people are suffering because of it. cc. Carl's delete file
Lee Saghirian November 13, 2013 at 12:33 pm
Only 100,000 signed up for this Turkey called Obamacare. That's roughly 2000 per State. EpicRead More Failure! cc. Dumbocrat Carl's delete file
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Lee Saghirian November 13, 2013 at 08:56 am
Patriot Post:Fuzzy Math and ObamaCare The Obama administration is expected to release ObamaCareRead More enrollment numbers this week, and the results should be laughable. The Wall Street Journal estimates that the number will be "[f]ewer than 50,000 people" enrolled in a private insurance plan through Healthcare.gov, which "is a fraction of the Obama administration's target of 500,000 enrollees for October." But the math is a little fuzzy. One administration official elaborated, saying, "In the data that will be released this week, 'enrollment' will measure people who have filled out an application and selected a qualified health plan in the marketplace." So not actual enrollees, but anyone who made it far enough to have something in their cart. Healthcare.gov won't be working anytime soon, either. By contrast, tens of millions of Americans are losing their plans thanks to ObamaCare. In fact, more people lost their plans in our native Tennessee than enrolled in ObamaCare. That's pretty much the opposite of what the president promised when he lied about keeping your plan. On a related note, providing health care benefits to people isn't hard if the administration wants to do it. Some $91 million in benefits and $29 million for prescriptions was paid out for illegal aliens this year. The ObamaCare rollout has been so bad that Democrats are scattering like cockroaches when the light turns on. In particular, as Hillary Clinton fires up the 2016 Express, she's going to be distancing herself from the ObamaCare train wreck. Just a couple of months ago, Bill Clinton was touting ObamaCare's ability to "empower people to have better life stories." Tuesday, Clinton set the election template for Democrats: "I personally believe, even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got," meaning their insurance plans. Republicans in Congress have introduced the 'Keep Your Health Plan' Act to take advantage of the opportunity. But it wouldn't surprise us to see the two parties switch sides -- the Democrats hopping on board with saving people's plans (and trying to salvage their 2014 election hopes) and the Republicans trying to force Democrats to lie in the bed they made. Overall, we'd say the spectacle has been entertaining, except that so many people are suffering because of it. cc. Carl's delete file
Lee Saghirian November 13, 2013 at 08:56 am
Patriot Post:Fuzzy Math and ObamaCare The Obama administration is expected to release ObamaCareRead More enrollment numbers this week, and the results should be laughable. The Wall Street Journal estimates that the number will be "[f]ewer than 50,000 people" enrolled in a private insurance plan through Healthcare.gov, which "is a fraction of the Obama administration's target of 500,000 enrollees for October." But the math is a little fuzzy. One administration official elaborated, saying, "In the data that will be released this week, 'enrollment' will measure people who have filled out an application and selected a qualified health plan in the marketplace." So not actual enrollees, but anyone who made it far enough to have something in their cart. Healthcare.gov won't be working anytime soon, either. By contrast, tens of millions of Americans are losing their plans thanks to ObamaCare. In fact, more people lost their plans in our native Tennessee than enrolled in ObamaCare. That's pretty much the opposite of what the president promised when he lied about keeping your plan. On a related note, providing health care benefits to people isn't hard if the administration wants to do it. Some $91 million in benefits and $29 million for prescriptions was paid out for illegal aliens this year. The ObamaCare rollout has been so bad that Democrats are scattering like cockroaches when the light turns on. In particular, as Hillary Clinton fires up the 2016 Express, she's going to be distancing herself from the ObamaCare train wreck. Just a couple of months ago, Bill Clinton was touting ObamaCare's ability to "empower people to have better life stories." Tuesday, Clinton set the election template for Democrats: "I personally believe, even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got," meaning their insurance plans. Republicans in Congress have introduced the 'Keep Your Health Plan' Act to take advantage of the opportunity. But it wouldn't surprise us to see the two parties switch sides -- the Democrats hopping on board with saving people's plans (and trying to salvage their 2014 election hopes) and the Republicans trying to force Democrats to lie in the bed they made. Overall, we'd say the spectacle has been entertaining, except that so many people are suffering because of it. cc. Carl's delete file
Lee Saghirian November 13, 2013 at 08:56 am
Patriot Post:Fuzzy Math and ObamaCare The Obama administration is expected to release ObamaCareRead More enrollment numbers this week, and the results should be laughable. The Wall Street Journal estimates that the number will be "[f]ewer than 50,000 people" enrolled in a private insurance plan through Healthcare.gov, which "is a fraction of the Obama administration's target of 500,000 enrollees for October." But the math is a little fuzzy. One administration official elaborated, saying, "In the data that will be released this week, 'enrollment' will measure people who have filled out an application and selected a qualified health plan in the marketplace." So not actual enrollees, but anyone who made it far enough to have something in their cart. Healthcare.gov won't be working anytime soon, either. By contrast, tens of millions of Americans are losing their plans thanks to ObamaCare. In fact, more people lost their plans in our native Tennessee than enrolled in ObamaCare. That's pretty much the opposite of what the president promised when he lied about keeping your plan. On a related note, providing health care benefits to people isn't hard if the administration wants to do it. Some $91 million in benefits and $29 million for prescriptions was paid out for illegal aliens this year. The ObamaCare rollout has been so bad that Democrats are scattering like cockroaches when the light turns on. In particular, as Hillary Clinton fires up the 2016 Express, she's going to be distancing herself from the ObamaCare train wreck. Just a couple of months ago, Bill Clinton was touting ObamaCare's ability to "empower people to have better life stories." Tuesday, Clinton set the election template for Democrats: "I personally believe, even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got," meaning their insurance plans. Republicans in Congress have introduced the 'Keep Your Health Plan' Act to take advantage of the opportunity. But it wouldn't surprise us to see the two parties switch sides -- the Democrats hopping on board with saving people's plans (and trying to salvage their 2014 election hopes) and the Republicans trying to force Democrats to lie in the bed they made. Overall, we'd say the spectacle has been entertaining, except that so many people are suffering because of it. cc. Carl's delete file
Lee Saghirian October 31, 2013 at 12:43 pm
This answers all my questions on Carl Petersen III's left wing DIFFERENT DRUMMER blogs. LikeRead More Jonathan Inskeep, his drums beat to the tune of Obama's koolaid swishing around in a cesspool. Jonathan and Carl will both do well in Obama's planned Police state: ® Steve (Patch, CEO) October 31, 2013 at 01:58 PM Carl is a propaganda machine. He will delete any comments on his blog over time if they do not fit the agenda.
Lee Saghirian November 13, 2013 at 08:59 am
Patriot Post:Fuzzy Math and ObamaCare The Obama administration is expected to release ObamaCareRead More enrollment numbers this week, and the results should be laughable. The Wall Street Journal estimates that the number will be "[f]ewer than 50,000 people" enrolled in a private insurance plan through Healthcare.gov, which "is a fraction of the Obama administration's target of 500,000 enrollees for October." But the math is a little fuzzy. One administration official elaborated, saying, "In the data that will be released this week, 'enrollment' will measure people who have filled out an application and selected a qualified health plan in the marketplace." So not actual enrollees, but anyone who made it far enough to have something in their cart. Healthcare.gov won't be working anytime soon, either. By contrast, tens of millions of Americans are losing their plans thanks to ObamaCare. In fact, more people lost their plans in our native Tennessee than enrolled in ObamaCare. That's pretty much the opposite of what the president promised when he lied about keeping your plan. On a related note, providing health care benefits to people isn't hard if the administration wants to do it. Some $91 million in benefits and $29 million for prescriptions was paid out for illegal aliens this year. The ObamaCare rollout has been so bad that Democrats are scattering like cockroaches when the light turns on. In particular, as Hillary Clinton fires up the 2016 Express, she's going to be distancing herself from the ObamaCare train wreck. Just a couple of months ago, Bill Clinton was touting ObamaCare's ability to "empower people to have better life stories." Tuesday, Clinton set the election template for Democrats: "I personally believe, even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got," meaning their insurance plans. Republicans in Congress have introduced the 'Keep Your Health Plan' Act to take advantage of the opportunity. But it wouldn't surprise us to see the two parties switch sides -- the Democrats hopping on board with saving people's plans (and trying to salvage their 2014 election hopes) and the Republicans trying to force Democrats to lie in the bed they made. Overall, we'd say the spectacle has been entertaining, except that so many people are suffering because of it. cc. Carl's delete file
Lee Saghirian November 13, 2013 at 08:59 am
Patriot Post:Fuzzy Math and ObamaCare The Obama administration is expected to release ObamaCareRead More enrollment numbers this week, and the results should be laughable. The Wall Street Journal estimates that the number will be "[f]ewer than 50,000 people" enrolled in a private insurance plan through Healthcare.gov, which "is a fraction of the Obama administration's target of 500,000 enrollees for October." But the math is a little fuzzy. One administration official elaborated, saying, "In the data that will be released this week, 'enrollment' will measure people who have filled out an application and selected a qualified health plan in the marketplace." So not actual enrollees, but anyone who made it far enough to have something in their cart. Healthcare.gov won't be working anytime soon, either. By contrast, tens of millions of Americans are losing their plans thanks to ObamaCare. In fact, more people lost their plans in our native Tennessee than enrolled in ObamaCare. That's pretty much the opposite of what the president promised when he lied about keeping your plan. On a related note, providing health care benefits to people isn't hard if the administration wants to do it. Some $91 million in benefits and $29 million for prescriptions was paid out for illegal aliens this year. The ObamaCare rollout has been so bad that Democrats are scattering like cockroaches when the light turns on. In particular, as Hillary Clinton fires up the 2016 Express, she's going to be distancing herself from the ObamaCare train wreck. Just a couple of months ago, Bill Clinton was touting ObamaCare's ability to "empower people to have better life stories." Tuesday, Clinton set the election template for Democrats: "I personally believe, even if it takes a change to the law, the president should honor the commitment the federal government made to those people and let them keep what they got," meaning their insurance plans. Republicans in Congress have introduced the 'Keep Your Health Plan' Act to take advantage of the opportunity. But it wouldn't surprise us to see the two parties switch sides -- the Democrats hopping on board with saving people's plans (and trying to salvage their 2014 election hopes) and the Republicans trying to force Democrats to lie in the bed they made. Overall, we'd say the spectacle has been entertaining, except that so many people are suffering because of it. cc. Carl's delete file
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