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ObamaCare Is In Week Three, and People Still Can’t Sign Up Online
NRCC | October 15, 2013

As ObamaCare enters the third week of its glitch-filled launch, Americans across the country are still reporting that they cannot access the website.

That’s right – after hundreds of millions of dollars spent, three years of preparation, and three weeks of being open, the ObamaCare exchanges are still not working. Big Government at its finest!

In Arizona, for example, the state ObamaCare exchange is still broken – one insurance broker reported zero enrollments as of this week. “Don’t continue to advertise and spend our tax dollars advertising a website that doesn’t work,” he said.

The Alaska Daily News, meanwhile, also reports that despite being open for two weeks, not a single Alaskan has signed up for ObamaCare.

Even Ezra Klein, a major proponent of ObamaCare at the Washington Post, admitted yesterday on MSNBC that the health law’s rollout was a disaster.

“One of the Obama Administration’s jobs, separate from all of the political stuff we talk about here, is to simply run things like this well, to run their signature legislative initiative well, to do government in a way that makes people confident and able to use it,” Klein said. “On that so far, this has been a big failure.”

It’s no surprise that ObamaCare’s big bureaucratic, red-tape, government approach to fixing our nation’s health care system is failing just three weeks in. What is surprising is that Democrats refuse to offer America’s families the same ObamaCare delay they gave to big business even as the evidence mounts that ObamaCare isn’t working.


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