Sad: The Hill Finds ‘Welcome News’ For Obama in Poll Showing 7% ObamaCare Approval

Posted by on Oct 10, 2013 at 10:50 am

As we noted this morning, approval of the disastrous ObamaCare rollout is at a pitiful 7% according to an AP poll. Faced with this humiliating news, the Obama cheerleader Elise Viebeck of The Hill finds the silver lining for Obama.

Seven percent of adults said someone in their household has tried to sign up for coverage on, or through one of the state exchanges, according to an AP-GfK poll released Thursday.

This figure could mean that more than 20 million people have tried to access the new insurance marketplaces, which would be welcome news to the Obama administration.

This is like saying the New York Giants are thrilled with their season so far because no player has yet to die on the field. Just pathetic. Is there anyone alive who actually believes 20 million people have tried to sign up? It’s safe to say the overwhelming majority of people going to the site are just going to witness the calamity of it all.

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3 Responses to “Sad: The Hill Finds ‘Welcome News’ For Obama in Poll Showing 7% ObamaCare Approval”

  1. nickless on 10/10/13 at 7:01 pm

    If the software was working, the Obama Administration would already know how many people have tried to ‘access the new insurance marketplaces.’ But since it isn’t, they’ll be pleased to know how many customers they’ve disappointed–

    The bar is very low for Prince Barack.

  2. JoyO on 11/11/13 at 7:59 pm

    How could this happen when it took 10 days for NBC to cover what a disaster the Obamacare rollout is? But I must commend NBC for covering this within 10 days. It took the New York Times over 5 months to cover the East Anglia University hacker’s findings that the global warming data was cooked and the scientists associated with East Anglia were having only their comrade global warming scientists peer review their research while at the same time refusing the publish articles in their scientific publications that disagreed with their phony findings. They clearly didn’t follow the scientific approach to conducting scientific research. Worse than all, they have tainted the public’s opinion of scientists.