The New York Times, coming down from its schadenfreude high to discover that, nope, Obamacare is still a steaming, radioactive hot mess that is also on fire*, writes:
Problems finding providers or drug coverage are occurring mainly on state exchanges paradoxically because those Web sites are working better than the federal insurance exchange used by 36 states.
Translation: the states are (marginally) better at complying with federal regulations than the federal government is itself. Raise your hand if this shocks you.
*And how did Barack Obama manage that uniquely mixed metaphor? Well, to quote the philosopher: it wasn’t easy. He really had to work at it.