Tweet of the Day, @BarackObama Didn’t Want To See This On CNN edition.


Seriously, did they think that nobody would notice that the administration ‘forgot’ to mention how many people signed up for Obamacare yesterday? And note: CNN. Sure, it’s Jake Tapper*, but there are actually other reporters who will, well, report…

Moe Lane

*I am really going to hate it when Jake starts whaling on the next GOP President with the same enthusiasm that he whales on this one.

6 thoughts on “Tweet of the Day, @BarackObama Didn’t Want To See This On CNN edition.”

  1. Well, if the computers are working as well as I figure they are, the number of people who actually signed up and are known by the computers to have signed up, even if it’s nonzero, may never be reportable or even computable. It’s not like they’d have tested that part better than any other part of the software…

  2. I watched FB off and on yesterday to get an idea of how things were going. It was a disaster. Oddly enough, in a rather perverse kind of way, the newly-found techie part of me hoped they’d pull it off. (I know…something seriously wrong with me).
    Just curious, but I’d love to get someone’s take on this.
    I saw this gentleman’s comments on the FB page last night and wondered about it.

    1. Well, it’s published by Alex Jone’s outfit, so experience says to take it with at least a few grains of salt.
      More reputable outfits are saying the law only allows the IRS to seize refunds. (Of course we know the law tends to be elastic and expand in these cases. But for some reason, arguing that the government is going to break the law, is a darned good way to lose an argument.)

      1. Oh, I agree that infowars is a questionable source at best. Thing is…well, I got screen pics of the comments myself. Wanted to keep the info handy so that I could go back through and try to determine the validity of the comments this gentleman made.

  3. Transitive property at play?
    Zero-bama’s namesake program Zero-bama-care has zero verified enrolled persons….
    Yeah, I got nothin’.

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