When I last wrote about Obamacare’s open enrollment (on January 23), I promised readers that I would not write about it again until open season had wrapped up.
I thought we’d be there by now. After all, it was supposed to close on February 15.
No such luck. First, because of glitches in the website and other hassles, the federal government and some states extended open season by one week.
Now, the Administration has been caught by surprise by April 15, tax day. The problem seems to be that six million Americans will be required to pay the (unconstitutional) fine for not having bought Obamacare insurance in 2014. Unfortunately, 40 percent of adults are unaware of the penalty.