Amateur Hour at the Obamacare Exchange

On the same day the government shut down, the Obamacare exchanges opened up for business. This may seem confusing given that Obamacare is a government program, but very little about government makes sense.

As expected, the exchanges were marked by what the administration euphemistically described as “glitches.” Government officials promised that the shutdown would not prevent them from replacing the glitches with bigger glitches. If necessary, the glitches will be replaced with snafus, and if absolutely necessary, a complete and total debacle.

Yet the biggest problem is that too many people do not understand how the Obama exchanges work. Even some conservatives including myself seem puzzled.

Obamacare-this-is-going-to-hurtThe Obama exchanges don’t work. Many people including me asked this morning if we could exchange Obama for a good president. Our request was denied.

Offers to even throw in a seventh round draft pick and a bag of jellybeans were further denied. Obama was staying.

Apparently these are Obamacare exchanges and not Obama exchanges. Yet calls recorded for quality assurance provided a total lack of quality and a complete failure to provide assurance.

“Hello, Obamacare exchange operator? I would like to exchange Obamacare for a program that actually works.”

That request was denied by a non-essential government employee.


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