Obamacare seems to work in California–if you believe government press releases

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by Stephen Frank on 11/13/2013

The media is buying the scam that 59,000 Californians “signing up” for high priced and inferior health care plan.  This article is an example of press release journalism.  “While the national website for the Affordable Care Act has had well-publicized problems, California’s apparently is sailing right along with nary a glitch, its managers say Wednesday.

In October, 30,830 individuals, or about a thousand per day, enrolled in health care coverage through Covered California, as the state insurance exchange is called.

No glitches—Brown cut off the Alameda Alliance thirty days AFTER they started signing up suckers.  Notice they refuse to give the number of people, inside the 59,000 that actually applied for MediCaid—nor do they show the number of people that will not pay, because they cannot pay—thinking that signing up will get the IRS off their backs.  This is government by press release—not honest but looking pretty.

SteveFrankCANewsread more on Steve Franks’ site:

Obamacare seems to work in California–if you believe government press releases

 

This is contradicted by MSM account today by VC Star: http://www.vcstar.com/news/2013/nov/13/health-reform-enrollment-in-california-outpaces/

 

 

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