People love ObamaCare so much they’re staying away in droves. Raise your hand if this surprises you in the least.
With new sign-ups launching this weekend, the Obama administration sharply dialed down expectations Monday for the second year of the president’s push to provide health insurance for all Americans.
A report released Monday by the Department of Health and Human Services estimated that 9 million to 9.9 million paying customers will enroll for subsidized private coverage in 2015.
That’s significantly lower than the 13 million the Congressional Budget Office had projected earlier this year.
Until now, the congressional numbers have been used as the yardstick for the program’s success.
ObamaCare remains unpopular in much of the country, and Republicans will keep crusading for changes when they assume full control of Congress next year.
Can’t you just feel the excitement building? At least 34 people can:
Going to be a big week, everyone. Get ready. pic.twitter.com/4XqhD24lFO
— OFA (@OFA) November 10, 2014
At least when the website crashes on a Saturday morning there will be less humiliation.