WASHINGTON — As if Reuters doesn’t have a liberal track record already, their recent article on ObamaCare’s failed website should prove that they have liberal journalists.
Reuters reported that the article, titled, “The second coming of Obamacare website — will it work?” was on their website on Friday. The title seemed to hint at how the ObamaCare website’s fix will mimic Christianity’s Second Coming doctrine.
Obama’s job approval ratings have fallen to its lowest point in his presidency and the American people do not see him as trustworthy. A poll even found that a majority of Americans would vote for Mitt Romney today over Barack Obama.
The ObamaCare enrollment website, HealthCare.gov, has been a disaster. Only 106,000 had signed up after a month of going online and reports are not encouraging. His “tech surge” has not worked and people are skeptical that it will ever work by the end of the year, in addition to a plethora of security breaches.
And, adding insult to injury, the press has reported that Obama knew of the website failures earlier this year and that in 2010, he knew millions of Americans will lose their health insurance because of his health care law. He had previously claimed he did not know Americans’ plans will be canceled and the website was not ready for the October 1, 2013 launch date.
Instead of accepting blame, Obama blamed insurance companies for canceling health insurance plans. The insurance companies were being blamed for complying with ObamaCare regulations to cancel those plans.
A website, called MyCancellation.com, is cataloging health insurance cancelation letters sent in by Americans.
Obama and his administration keep delaying parts of his health care law to prevent political fallout in the 2014 midterm elections, as Senate Democrats and House Democrats are scrambling to distance themselves from Obama and ObamaCare.
He has been relegated to traveling for party fundraisers and defending his law in places like California, instead of staying in D.C. to oversee the website overhaul.