Another Obamacare Delay


It’s amazing that some are still trying to defend this awful law.
Check it out:

Another delay on Obamacare, ladies and gentlemen. The regime “has delayed a step crucial to the launch of the new healthcare law, the signing of final agreements with insurance plans to be sold on federal health insurance exchanges starting October 1. The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) notified insurance companies [yesterday] that it would not sign final agreements with the plans between September 5 and 9, as originally anticipated, but would wait until mid-September instead…

“The reason for the hold-up was unclear. Sources attributed it to technology problems involving the display of insurance products within the federal information technology system.” That means they don’t know what they’re doing in getting the various options that consumers will have online. So Health and Human Services just told the insurance companies — the evil, rotten insurance companies — that they won’t be able to sign their final agreements, as originally planned.

That may delay the start of the exchanges, which were supposed to launch on October 1st. That’s gonna put off the open enrollment period, never mind that the same federal government is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to try to get people to sign up as quickly as possible to what? They’re trying to get millions of people to sign up — and again, just to repeat why they want that done. That’s why Obama’s out speaking. That’s why he’s out conducting sales pitches.



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