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The Obama administration may give Americans extra time to sign up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, postponing when penalties for failing to buy coverage will go into effect, MarketWatch has learned.
Dana Bash @DanaBashCNN 1h
new: senior dem source tells me to expect every sen dem running in 2014 to back @JeanneShaheen proposal to delay #ACA enrollment deadline
Considering millions of people have to sign up, within 6 months, it's pretty silly for them to blame the glitches on the obamacare site on "volume"
If they don't delay, it still means the same amount of people would still have to sign up in an even shorter amount of time.
They should have given the people more time as soon as they noticed the site didn't work.
I see the Complete Opposite . Independent Candidates running for Public Office and Winning Elections will Skyrocket in the next 3 Years . The Dems and Reps have Lost All Credibility with the American People right now , and the Backlash will be in the Middle Classes Voting Numbers . Both present Political Parties have become Dinosaurs Destined for eventual Extinction due to their Lack of Listening to their Constitutes True Political Beliefs ........
I'll bet we won't hear one peep about this from the libs. NOT ONE peep!
How did you forget "it's Bush's fault and you are racist"?
On Topic: this cannot really surprise anyone. They used this to bulldog the repubs and now they will use it to show how much they care for the middle class.
People have to be a little slow to buy into the whole system.
Maybe....MAYBE....something good will come from this. Maybe some needy folks will get help. But at what cost? The PPACA would not have happened unless the majority of Americans and their money were not the target for the fleecing effort. Just another tick on the hound....and a BIG tick...a big insurance industry tick.