- Tuesday, 15 April 2014 08:56
- Written by The Loyal Opposition
When the White House was scrambling on March 31st to encourage their minions to sign up for Obamacare, the only thing they cared about was the perception and hitting their seven million figure. They did, but we highly doubt it's real. And given the number of people that lost their health care due to Obamacare, it hardly offsets that. In California, though, deaf callers were dealt a surprise when trying to sign up for Covered California: they were put connected to a phone sex hotline. The error itself is truly remarkable.
- Thursday, 10 April 2014 08:33
- Written by Chuck Justice
To encourage Americans to sign up for Obamacare if they don't already have health care insurance is that they'll face a financial penalty, which starts small in the first year and increases in the future. Of all place, The New York Times admits it's unclear as to how strict the Obama regime will be enforcing this. Why? It could be that many people not signing up for Obamacare simply can't afford it and Democrats don't want to alienate any potential voters. As always, there's a reason for every move this radical administration makes. And it's not good press for the White House to be making headlines about fining millions of people - many of which lost their health care because of Obamacare.
- Tuesday, 08 April 2014 08:14
- Written by Justin Credible
On the final day to sign up for Obamacare - March 31st - the government-run health care website was back to its old self: the website had crashed, leaving it unusable. However, during the final stretch, it was reported that four out of five people enrolling are eligible for tax credits, reducing their out of pocket costs for Obamacare and increasing the cost to taxpayers. The real question is whether or not the Obama regime will be cracking the whip and fining those who don't have health care coverage. That remains to be seen.