I mean, clearly it’s going to mess up Joe Biden’s life: he’s the Vice President of the management whom turned the roll-out of the single many iconic representation of the progressive/liberal concept of big government into a long rake-stepping session. And only because clearly it’s going to mess up Hillary Clinton’s existence, too: she’s the girl that brought the rake to begin with. Remember: which individual mandate? All Hillary Clinton’s idea.
But I digress. Anyway, that’s the executive branch almost blighted by this law; plus whether or not there were any credible 2016 Democratic individuals amidst the legislature they’d all be tainted by President Obama’s Happy Shiny Fun-Time Healthcare Debacle at this point anyway. But what of the governors? Surely 1 or 2 of them remains… unspoiled.
Heh. Turns out Obamacare’s up to the challenge:
Maryland officials decided Friday to delay the rollout of the small-business insurance exchange system till April thus it could continue repairing issues with marylandhealthconnection.gov, its hot online market.
Maryland introduced the exchange about Oct. 1 for uninsured people, plus had planned to open it to little businesses inside January.
Much like the federal insurance url HealthCare.gov, Maryland’s website suffered from technical difficulties which initially forced numerous navigators – persons trained to aid others signal up for coverage — to employ paper applications. The exchange’s problems come because a surprise considering the state’s Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley began functioning to place the 2010 Affordable Care Act into practice inside Maryland after it was enacted.
Although O’Malley ought to be grateful, really: today you have anything which allows him to be told aside from all additional colorless, ferociously uninteresting Democratic governors available. He’s the man that screwed up the state exchange with the big blessings, coming inside.
2016 will be a whale of the campaign, huh? Cannot. Wait.
Moe Lane (crosspost)