As the days of glitches, snafus, down-time and critical errors mount up, evidence is mounting that the Healthcare.gov Obamacare exchange is not actually a fully-formed online application. More and more, it appears to be a mockup of a health care exchange enrollment system…
To date, there exists no evidence whatsoever that anyone has successfully enrolled through Healthcare.gov. The one person the Obama administration touted as being the first successful enrollee turned out to be a P.R. fraud.
It seems that those who’ve been able to enroll did so through state websites:
Now, I get it that a bunch of people have enrolled in Kentucky, where that state exchange was run by a different team than Healthcare.gov. There are a few other states, too, where people are getting enrolled under standalone systems. But the main system — Healthcare.gov — appears to be nothing but a facade, a mockup of an actual healthcare exchange.
Considering how the government lies to us about everything else, we shouldn’t be surprised. As stated in the article:
The Obama administration doesn’t have a reputation for attracting dedicated, intelligent people. It’s better known as a gang of professional liars, shortcut takers and con men whose real skills lie in making promises, not keeping them. It’s far easier to make a bunch of lofty-sounding promises than it is to deliver on them, and right now, Obamacare isn’t anywhere close to actually delivering.
Thank goodness, because the pages of obamacare may contain what’s needed to destroy the American way of life.
There’s much more to the Natural News article.