Minnesota On HumptyCare: "Zero Policy Cards Issued"

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Oneal

Grand Rapids, MI

#1 Dec 23, 2013
http://townhall.com/tipsheet/cortneyobrien/20...

This is the state that elected Al Franken, so I have a little difficulty mustering up sympathy, but imagine the mess when the deadline hits and no one has been able to sign up for health insurance.

ACA was supposed to ensure people had the ability to insure themselves. It appears in Minnesota to have had the exact opposite result leaving yet another example of liberalism, and in this case progressive liberalism, resulting in the exact opposite of it's stated intent.
Bob

Big Rapids, MI

#2 Dec 23, 2013
According to the source, the person in charge was fired or resigned. Something that the patriots demanded of others who were responsible for the bad launch of the federal website...... It would seem that would make people happy. Then again, nothing does.

I can't think of anyone who thinks this roll out hasn't had too many problems. But it has also had quite a few success stories which some refuse to acknowledge.

Constant whining about it isn't going to change the fact that some form of the ACA will survive. Maybe it's time to get over it!
Oneal

Three Rivers, MI

#3 Dec 23, 2013
Bob wrote:
According to the source, the person in charge was fired or resigned. Something that the patriots demanded of others who were responsible for the bad launch of the federal website...... It would seem that would make people happy. Then again, nothing does.
I can't think of anyone who thinks this roll out hasn't had too many problems. But it has also had quite a few success stories which some refuse to acknowledge.
Constant whining about it isn't going to change the fact that some form of the ACA will survive. Maybe it's time to get over it!
These people losing their jobs thanks to the government's ineptitude are just scapegoats. The people who should lose their jobs are the lawmakers who voted for this mess without even reading it. Unfortunately, low-info Useful Idiots like yourself, who admit this rollout was a mess but are too damned ignorant to realize it's not just the rollout but the entire law that's flawed, are far too common and easily manipulated by progressive politicians.
Batch 37 Pain Is Good

Hart, MI

#4 Dec 23, 2013
Bob wrote:
According to the source, the person in charge was fired or resigned. Something that the patriots demanded of others who were responsible for the bad launch of the federal website...... It would seem that would make people happy. Then again, nothing does.
I can't think of anyone who thinks this roll out hasn't had too many problems. But it has also had quite a few success stories which some refuse to acknowledge.
Constant whining about it isn't going to change the fact that some form of the ACA will survive. Maybe it's time to get over it!
People are not only receiving cancellation notices but also their jobs because of it.

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