Today, though the federal government is essentially shutdown, one thing that President Obama has tried to ensure is that ObamaCare would be fully operational. Today, is the first day of the new era of ObamaCare.
MSNBC, an ardent supporter of both the President and his health care law, sat down to bask in the glory of ObamaCare.
What they found wasn’t glorious. It really is like watching a “huge train wreck.” It’s painful to watch, yet you just can’t stop looking.
The reporter attempted to sign up but ran in to problem after problem as she attempted to sign up. Error pages, web chats that didn’t go anywhere, horrible customer service reminiscent of the IRS, and in the end, no ObamaCare.
In fact, in the irony of ironies, the only part about the ObamaCare signup process that worked was the government’s data collection program. So the government get’s your information, but you don’t get ObamaCare.
Regardless of whether President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid want to admit it, ObamaCare is delayed. If you can’t even sign up, you can’t get on it.
It’s time to delay ObamaCare, officially, for all Americans, and get this train wreck off the tracks.
The American people deserve better. Sign the petition to Delay, Defund, and Defeat ObamaCare.
Matthew Clark is Associate Counsel for Government Affairs and Media Advocacy with the ACLJ. A lifelong citizen of the Commonwealth of Virginia, he lives with his wife and three boys in Northern Virginia. Follow Matthew Clark: @_MatthewClark.