Journalist Megyn Kelly announced live on her television broadcast Thursday evening that the first figures on the number of American citizens that had successfully signed up for Obamacare through www.healthcare.gov had been released. The number of people that successfully signed up on October 1 was a grand total of six people.
Not 600 or even 6,000, but six -- a number that can be counted on two hands.
By October 3, the number had reached 248; and Obamacare needs at least seven million in order to be self-sufficient.
In further disturbing news, it appears the current administration knew as far back as 2010 that up to 90 million people could be losing their health insurance plans. That number is so staggeringly high that it represents more than just the individuals - it also represents many who have their insurance through their employer.
The Affordable Healthcare Act, which is commonly referred to as "Obamacare", is directly affecting one-sixth of the U.S. economy. Candidly, if it is proven that President Obama knowingly lied to the U.S. citizens, Congress, and Senate in order to get the bill passed, he could face an impeachment.
Meanwhile, the Obama administration has called in a group that they are referring to as "The A-Team" to try to unglitch the horrifically error ridden website. Google, Red Hat and Oracle are loaning the government dozens of their top computer engineers, programmers and site developers to help the Obama administration fix the problem-plagued insurance exchange website. There's been no mention on whether these personnel "loans" were complimentary or if the U.S. taxpayers were about to be saddled with yet another massive bill on top of the $600+ million that has already been spent on the website.