Friday, December 20, 2013

OUCH! 45 States are still below 10% of their OBAMACARE Enrollment Goals

Check out that runaway Obamacare enrollment over on
In Arkansas, its up to 1,404! Well along the way to the state’s goal of 51,000 paid enrollees by the end of March. 
In Delaware, it’s up to 793! The state’s goal is 35,000. 
In New Hampshire, they hit 1,569. Getting close to that goal of 19,000! 
In West Virginia, it’s up to 775! They’ll hit their goal of 24,000 in no time!  
In Hawaii, all the way up to 444! That goal of 9,000 is in sight! 
In Colorado they’re up to 9,980… with a goal of 92,000. 
We can skip the scoffing over Oregon and Washington exchanges, as their ludicrously embarrassing failures have been extensively discussed. Oregon’s at 44, with a state goal of 237,000; Washington’s at 17,780… with a goal of 340,000. 
Illinois, the president’s home state! Surely they’re ahead of the curve in getting folks enrolled and paid, right? They’re at 7,043… out of a goal of 143,000. 
Even Kentucky, often cited as one of Obamacare’s shining success stories, is at 20,951… about 10 percent of the way to their goal of 220,000 enrolled. 
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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oregon has literally crashed and burned worse than any other state, I think. After 300 million, and a 10 million advertising campaign. The news media is finally catching on . . . sort of.