Tell you what, when you learn enough about Obamacare to have a informed conversation it we will pick up here where we left off.<quoted text>
The more insured people that sign up for Obamacare the weaker it makes Obama's argument for Obamacare. He argued that EVERYONE should have healthcare. If only 7.1 million have signed up (not paid) then the more that already had insurance the worse it makes the argument for the bill. As for the RAND methodology, I agree with you and you would do well to remember that you made this point the next time you use a study or survey to make your point on another issue. Maybe you were listening when I told you to NEVER believe a study or survey fullheartedly. I doubt it but one can hope.
Now I will help you get started by giving you this tid-bit of information.
7.2 million is the amount of people who signed up through the exchange only, there are several million more who bought through the privet market.