How is it that Barack Obama has the reverse Midas touch with everything he touches concerning Obamacare? Every time he gets near anything Affordable Healthcare related whether it be an individual success story, a website or a policy such as “you can keep your plan” it turns to complete crap.
No one could be that unlucky. He must just be either purposely sabotaging the whole plan or else he’s thoroughly incompetent.
Week after week it’s just one complete catastrophe after another and listed below is one more of probably many more to come. It turns out that the Connecticut Obamacare Exchange which was praised by the President in October turned out to be a massive failure as information offered for every individual plan on the website turned out to be inaccurate.
You can’t produce more of an epic failure even if you tried.
Read more below from PJ Media:
In October, Obama took to the Rose Garden to praise Connecticut’s state-run ACA exchange, Access Health CT, for being a rare success story among the nationwide failures of state exchanges and the federal exchange. Local CT media was quick to point out his speech was misleading, however. In his push to encourage the young to sign up, Obama mentioned that one-third of Connecticut enrollees were under 35, and were now receiving “a good deal at low cost.” In reality, a full two-thirds of that one-third had signed on for Medicaid or CHIP, programs which fit the description of “welfare,” not “a good deal.”
Now, further information has surfaced regarding the supposed Connecticut “success story,” and that information points to “massive failure requiring an investigation and firings” being the more accurate descriptor.
The Hartford Courant, in an article titled “Misinformation Marred First Month Of State Health Website“, points out that the Connecticut exchange produced inaccurate information for every single individual plan the site was offering.