Next thing you know they’ll have 50 people signed up, and then it’s party time. No stopping this runaway freight train, folks.
At least 23 people in South Dakota have signed up for health insurance in the first two weeks policies have been offered through an Internet exchange that’s part of President Barack Obama’s health care law.
South Dakota is one of 36 states letting the federal government run its health exchange, where consumers can compare plans and buy insurance. But computer glitches have prevented many people from using the online marketplace.
The media is bitterly clinging to that “glitches” nonsense.