Regular TAH readers know I
hate ObamaCare with a passion think ObamaCare is an idiotic, asinine abomination don’t much care for ObamaCare. And I think it’s rollout has been as f’ed up as a football bat exceedingly poorly managed and executed. In fact, I really couldn’t think of anything that the fools and tools individuals responsible for ObamaCare had done correctly.
Until now. This week, the Obama Administration did something laudable with ObamaCare.
No, they didn’t suspend it and call for Congress to repeal it. But this week it was announced that for some 310,000 persons with inconsistent ObamaCare applications, submission of proof of citizenship or legal residence would be required. If no proof of citizenship is submitted by 5 September, on 30 September their ObamaCare plans supposedly will be cancelled.
I’ll believe that when I see it happen, of course. And I have no doubt this Administration will find multiple new and novel ways to screw this up by-the-numbers, too. They’re damn good at that.
But give even the devil his due. ObamaCare is massively FUBAR – but this is at least one tiny, baby step in the right direction.
Now, let’s see if we can “do the right thing” and put ObamaCare completely and permanently out of its misery. Then burn the corpse, and bury the ashes in quicklime.
Category: Health Care debate