HealthCare.gov is now mostly working–will you sign up?

HealthCare.gov is now working 90% of the time, according to officials, though glitches sometimes come up.  So those of you who don’t have health insurance or whose individual plans have been cancelled have until the end of the month to buy Obamacare-approved insurance on the exchange.  Otherwise, you won’t be covered by January 1 and you will risk fines for the crime of being uninsured.  (You have until March 31 before the penalties click in.  In a system all of the parts have to work, which is hard in this case since parts of Obamacare have been postponed.  It gets very confusing.  Here is a helpful guide to it all.)

So now is the time to poll you readers who are most immediately affected by the Obamacare laws.  I would very much like to hear from those of you who don’t currently have health insurance and who will be required to buy it, possibly with the help of government subsidies, under Obamacare.  Will you do so?  Or would you rather pay the fine?  (The links above will show you about how much it will be.)  Are you glad that Obamacare is making you get health insurance? [Read more...]

Behind the HealthCare.gov fiasco

We are learning that the problems with HealthCare.gov, the website that is the portal to Obamacare health insurance, are not just due to the large number of people trying to sign on.  It turns out that the website is symptomatic of government incompetence on an epic scale. [Read more...]


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