For a law Barack Obama and his ilk claim will be universally popular upon its implementation,the administration doesn’t seem anxious to roll out ObamaCare. Following other delays announced earlier this year,recent reports show that additional features included in the widely criticized bill will be similarly postponed.
Multiple sources indicate that,when businesses are expected to enroll next month,they will have to do so the old-fashioned way. While virtually any other registration process imaginable can currently take place online,the Obama regime has apparently been unable to coordinate such connectivity as it relates to the most expansive healthcare reform initiative in American history. Instead,insiders say,businesses will be forced to either mail or fax pertinent information to the government in order to comply with the monumentally unpopular legislation.
In a separate announcement,about 10 million eligible Hispanics learned that another ObamaCare feature —a Spanish translation of the healthcare bill’s dedicated website —has also been postponed.
Given the administration’s prolonged struggle with creating a website,which the average high school student can do in an afternoon,the incredible lack of confidence America has in this bill is absolutely justified. Its proponents assure the nation that ObamaCare will defy record-low expectations,even as those tasked with its implementation seem to stumble at every turn.
Though on the surface these delays might seem encouraging to the bill’s opponents,the left will never give up on socialized healthcare. This one piece of legislation embodies the dreams of generations of liberals. Simultaneously,ObamaCare will exponentially increase government control over our lives while creating even more dependent citizens,also known as faithful Democrat voters.