Another ObamaCare Success Story: Tab for Delaware is $1 Million Per Enrollee

Posted by on Nov 07, 2013 at 12:57 pm

Please, Democrats, make sure you campaign on the wondrous success of ObamaCare in 2014. What’s that, you can’t run from this fast enough?

Too damn bad, you own it.

After weeks of computer failures, Americans are finally having some success in enrolling in Obamacare and one state is revealing its numbers.

In Delaware, state officials told the Associated Press that they have enrolled four, completed applications for 31 and created accounts for another 218 potential users.

A slow start for sure, but also a very expensive one, according to Americans for Tax Reform, a Washington-based Obamacare critic. They note that the state spent $4 million in federal grant money on four community groups to handle the applications.

That simple early math, according to ATR: $1 million per enrollee.

By the time everyone signs up for this “affordable” healthcare it’ll only cost $70 gazillion! Meanwhile, the hapless Obama claims ObamaCare is awesome, but these dang glitches are keeping everyone from loving it or something.

Now, this is like having a really good product in the store and the cash registers don’t work and there aren’t enough parking spots and nobody can get through the door. And so we are working overtime to get this fixed. And the website is already better than it was at the beginning of October. And by the end of this month, we are anticipating it will be working the way it is supposed to. Alright? Folks are working 24/7 to make sure that happens.

Sure,  they can hardly handle the stampede of eager shoppers. Sheesh.

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One Response to “Another ObamaCare Success Story: Tab for Delaware is $1 Million Per Enrollee”

  1. jukin on 8/08/13 at 2:51 pm

    Cost of original screwed up federal web site $650 million dollars.

    Cost to patch up original screwed up federal web site $900 million dollars.

    Having fewer than .00001% of Americans sign up, priceless.