Skip to comments.Massachusetts Obamacare exchange granted federal extension as director gently weeps
Posted on 02/13/2014 9:57:22 PM PST by Nachum
The Massachusetts Obamacare exchange has been awarded a three-month extension from the Obama administration to fix its broken website and get customers enrolled, exchange officials announced Thursday.
Jean Yang, head of the flailing Massachusetts Health Connector, wept at a Thursday board meeting over her staffs demoralizing struggle to prevent residents from losing coverage in the face of a broken website and mountain of paper applications to be processed, the Boston Globe reports.
The state had requested a six-month extension from the Affordable Care Acts requirements. Massachusetts already had an exchange-based health care system similar to Obamacare.
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Talking about weeping!
Talking about weeping!
Affirmative Action continues to take a toll.
Some of us can tell our grandkids that we lived at a time America when people were hired because they could get the job done.
Not because of their skin color, their personal plumbing arrangements or who (or what) they liked to sleep with.
Wow, you’re up late aren’t you?
Go to bed.
While the moonbat gently weeps...
(To the tune of “While my guitar gently weeps”)
...and now I must rest my head, to sleep off all the stuff I've said
Director weeps because they are exposed as the frauds they are.
They should cry over the big government albatross cluster fuss they voted for....
“With every mistake, they must surely be learning, while Bammy Care Director gently weeps”......
Highly doubtful though...
Obama’s plan to nationalize healthcare is working by convincing doctors to abandon their private practice for a steady job in a hospital.
Apprehensive, Many Doctors Shift to Jobs With Salaries
By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL
FEB. 13, 2014
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Dr. Suzanne Salamon, with a patient at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, said she has had trouble filling a prestigious fellowship because of relatively low salaries. Katherine Taylor for The New York Times
American physicians, worried about changes in the health care market, are streaming into salaried jobs with hospitals. Though the shift from private practice has been most pronounced in primary care, specialists are following.
“gently weeps”... Bwaahahahahahahaha! What a strong administrator/leader. I laugh at her incompetence-laced tears. She is unaware but she cries because she knows deep inside that she is a loser and a degenerate whose future is in some homeless shelter.