Skip to comments.Obamacare Enrollment Deadline: Success or April Fool's Day Joke???
Posted on 04/01/2014 8:52:02 AM PDT by NOBO2012
Wow! Apparently this wasnt a warning, butt a threat:
And it proved to be very effective, leading to a last minute surge in signups for Obamacare. So, can we now label the campaign successful? That depends on how you spell success.
For Joey B, success is spelled by snagging a Clinque Skincare sponsorship:
And the glowing, radiant skin is just a bonus!
Lady M spells success as government subsidized veterinarian care to neuter any strays that might wander into your life:
O/T, butt sleeveless? With over the knee suede boots?
The Resident Really Big Brains (RRBB) spell success as blowing up the entire American Healthcare System in order to get 7 million Americans signed up for insurance under Obamacare by the March 31 deadline! Of course 6 of those 7 million already had a private healthcare policy they liked butt couldnt keep.
The RRBB also gave themselves extra credit points toward success for expanding Medicaid to include an additional 9 million people (just pay extra processing and handling). Although we also dont know how many of those enrollees previously had a policy that they liked, could afford, butt couldnt keep.
Nor do we know how many of the Medicaid enrollees have been counted twice. And then theres the matter of the 1-2 million people whove enrolled butt are part of the 10-20% who, oh by-the-way, havent paid for their policies yet.
Yo! Ill pay you after I settle my bar bill, dude.
So the real answer is we dont actually know what success looks like yet, butt well know it when we see it.
So, how do you spell success? Go ahead, give it your best shot.
After all its April Fools Day.
BO and the Ohio State Dyslexic Club attempt to spell O-H-I-O
Can we really trust a man who cant spell either Ohio or Respect to spell Success when it comes to your healthcare?
Posted from: Michelle Obamas Mirror
Deadline, Red line.
What’s the difference.
Heard on the network news last night that all the ObamaCare goals had been met .hoorah and that 80% qualified for government subsidies. What could go wrong/
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