Headlines I Wish I Hadn’t Seen

SteveStack-HealthcareGov-sack102313Healthcare.gov is not going to be ready at the end of the month. What’s next?

Lack of competition in the exchanges: in over half the country there are two or fewer carriers.

Is The New York Times the Jay Carney of print media?

John Dickerson: Why the president’s apology doesn’t work.

Medicare Advantage: Seniors losing their coverage; doctors being cut from plans.

The DC ObamaCare exchange has enrolled only five people.

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  1. Perry says:

    Healthcare.gov is not going to be ready at the end of the month. What’s next?

    I would think if they really cared about the health and well-being of the public they would have tried to make this thing work properly from the get-go. If I were a supporter of the ACA I would be very disappointed right now.

  2. Jackson says:

    “Is The New York Times the Jay Carney of print media?”

    I was thinking more of the Joseph Goebbels of print media.

  3. Mark says:

    “The DC ObamaCare exchange has enrolled only five people.”

    Oregon is winning by one!

  4. BHS says:

    Is The New York Times the Jay Carney of print media?

    From the broadcast networks to MSNBC and most large papers, Obama got the benefit of every doubt. The double standards were a daily disgrace so routine, they mostly provoked a shrug instead of outrage.

    • Tom G. says:

      The idea that MSNBC could have the viewership that it does while being unabashedly a tool of the democratic party is disconcerting.

      • Adam says:

        Propaganda machine, anyone? This shouldn’t be surprising. They need an organized arm to tell them who the enemy is.

  5. Billy says:

    “Lack of competition in the exchanges: in over half the country there are two or fewer carriers.”

    That’s still too many for Obama. He only wants one: the government.

  6. Wilbur says:

    “Healthcare.gov is not going to be ready at the end of the month. What’s next?”

    Maybe it will never be ready?