As Democrats around the country continue to tout they "fix it, don't end it" mentality about how to deal with the ongoing disaster of Obamacare, they seem to be forgetting who's paying for the promotion of President Obama's signature achievement: taxpayers.
The most recent ads launched by the creators of Brosurance and Hosurance showcase the joys of Christmas in a whole new light.
One day after the Health Insurance Marketplace closed for its longest maintenance work yet, the government announced the Obamacare website will be unavailble to applicants every night — with additional down times to be determined.
Not that anyone is clamoring to sign up, but the Health Insurance Marketplace closed yet again for extended maintenance from Saturday night through Sunday morning.
"Anyone who thinks streamlining health care into an integrated system would go smoothly deserves a queef in their face." So spoke one character on Comedy Central’s South Park Wednesday.
Healthcare.gov, the official website of President Obama’s Affordable Care Act, is designed to educate the American people about their options regarding healthcare reform and the various exchange programs and plans.
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