Yes, I know Carolina Plott Hound broke this story last night, but it cannot receive too much attention.
Yesterday our friend Lady Liberty wrote about her anger in finding a political flier in her child’s homework folder when he returned home from a Wake County school. The flier was publicizing a “walk in” at the school on November 4th and encouraged attendees to wear “red 4 ed” It is not legal to for a school to distribute political materials. The flier is linked to a web site Organize 2020. Interestingly, the last line of the organization’s rambling mission statement is : We need a union.
Do you think there might be a few connections to NCAE?
The N&O yesterday re-printed an article from the Chicago Tribunewhich nicely highlights several of the problems the Unaffordable Care Act is imposing on citizens.
If you’ve tried to sign up online for health coverage under the problem-plagued Obamacare exchange, our sympathies. Many people have tried to create accounts and shop for insurance under the new law. Few have succeeded. Those who have enrolled have found that the system is prone to mistakes. Some applications have been sent to the wrong insurance company.
Wait. It gets worse. Those who have managed to browse the marketplace have often been hit by sticker shock
The Department of Health and Human Services under chief Obamacare cheerleader Kathleen Sebelius has had three years to develop this system. It has busted deadline after deadline, all the while promising that the system would be ready on Oct. 1. It has overpromised and underdelivered. The excuse? Demand was unexpectedly high, crashing servers. Unexpected? Americans have been bombarded with marketing campaigns and news stories and outreach efforts on behalf of Obamacare. And now Sebelius and Co. are shocked that people are logging in to … buy insurance? Come on, Sebelius.
The article also spotlights stories and evidence from Illinois, issues that are common across the country.
Obamacare horror stories are in no short supply here in North Carolina. As a reminder, Civitas continues to receive and publish the stories from real people sharing how they have been affected by this train wreck.