The White House claims the issues have been caused by an overload on the system – that is, a lot more people have visited the healthcare.gov website seeking a healthcare plan through the federally managed healthcare insurance exchange than were anticipated.
Numbers don’t lie. So where are the numbers?
According to an Oct. 7, CNN report, “The Obama administration is not planning on releasing enrollment numbers on Obamacare until November,” insisting that the delay is due to “high volume.”
That is a pretty large pill to swallow (pun intended) in a day and age of texting, instant messaging, and real-time data analysis such as google analytics.
The Obama administration has had three, almost four, years to put together a viable program despite the flaws in the law. But they failed in doing so; they failed so badly with the architectural design of healthcare.gov, that even if millions of people wanted to sign up, they cannot.
So where are the numbers? The Obama administration has them, and they know that numbers don’t lie. So they plan to keep the numbers under wraps until they can work the kinks out of the system.
The Republicans aren’t any smarter than the Obama administration and the Dems though. If they were, they would leave the program alone, watch it fail, and then say – we told you so!
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