The [ObamaCare] repair effort is now “working with the velocity and discipline of a high-performing private sector company.”
Jeffrey D. Zients, Presidential advisor
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Private sector is way more effective than the public sector? Who could’ve saw that coming…
Well, considering that a ton of it just now being exported to the private sector… that would make sense.
It would’ve been nice to see it start out unbroken.
Promises on promises. My fait is broken.
I guess this follows the post about letting private insurers offer plans.
It doesn’t look like much work has been done on transferring files to the health plans.
I’m personally still very concerned about security.
There’s not much that can be done about that on the short-term. The government hasn’t been too lacking in that department though, if that’s any consolation.
It still doesn’t change the market incentives in the end. Besides whether or not people can enroll, I’m concerned about whether or not they will enroll.
The [ObamaCare] repair effort is now “working with the velocity and discipline of a high-performing private sector company [in Nigeria]”
Whoa! Well good for you. I’m glad ObamaCare has finally matched the efficiency of a private sector company in a third world Kleptocracy!
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