A: Not everyone on the planet reads the NYTimes — and those that do are, for the most part, already in the choir.
B: The media and low-information peeps have been distracted by one "scandal" after another while everything ACA has been buried under the repeal/defund cacophony.
My point is that the Admin could have and should have done a better job of getting these points out into the mainstream and overcoming the right wing BS. And now, btwn the crappy go-live last month and the missed or forgotten facts about grandfathered policies, they are once again on the defensive.
On the bright side, ObamaCare is, nevertheless, gaining popularity in poll after poll. Go figure (in a good way).
Of course, we're only a month out from then launch and even the media will eventually set aside its demand for instant gratification, the website will be fixed, people will get affordable, decent coverage, and all the noise will die down. Though the far right will continue to whine… Then wimper… Then lose the House… Stomp their feet once more… And finally STFU.
Which is falling on DEAF ears including mine. It was just announced on our local news that only 4 people in Delaware signed up for OC.
I could give a rats ass about his apology. I want something done about it like YESTERDAY!!!!!! Even though it doesn't affect me, I feel sorry for the people that it does affect. Especially, those who cannot afford it.
"I could give a rats ass about his apology. I want something done about it like YESTERDAY!!!!!! Even though it doesn't affect me, I feel sorry for the people that it does affect. Especially, those who cannot afford it."
My feelings exactly.
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
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