We find it difficult to believe that 7% of the country is really that stupid. Then again, if you add up the Obama administration, federal employees and his media palace guard, it’s probably a good estimate. Otherwise the rest of America agrees this is the biggest clusterfuck ever.
Seven percent of Americans report that somebody in their household has tried to sign up for insurance through the health care exchanges, according to an AP-GfK poll.
While that’s a small percentage, it could represent more than 20 million people.
Three-fourths of those who tried to sign up reported problems, though, and that’s reflected in the underwhelming reviews.
Overall, just 7 percent of Americans say the rollout of the health exchanges has gone well. Far more deem it a flop.
Pathetically, the AP still has their ObamaCare pom-poms waving and claim to have found someone gushing about it:
Count Janice Brown, a semiretired travel agent from Prather, Calif., among those who had a positive experience.
After some initial trouble on the website, she got through to a help line and downloaded an application to buy a plan for $1,500 a month for herself and her husband. That’s $1,000 less than her current private plan.
“I’m thrilled,” said Brown, 61. “The coverage is better. It’s fantastic.”
Considering the stories we’ve been reading coming out of California we find this difficult to believe. As to the rest of the AP story, there’s not a single negative quote describing anyone’s experience. Considering it’s at 93% disapproval, they couldn’t find anyone to complain?