BREAKING: Documents Show Is A Disaster For Obamacare

November 4, 2013 10:28 amViews: 1334

Obama is a liar!

No one in their right mind denies that the website has been a complete fiasco with people trying to sign up and find rates for health insurance anywhere comparable to what they were paying or are able to afford. Besides the personal information of people being shared with other companies, or just not being secure, the website has been buggy and not available for millions of people.

Not to fear though according to the Dear Great Leader Obama, he assured Americans needing healthcare that all they had to do was call, or mail in an application or show up wherever people were being signed up and you could still get your policy. In fact President Obama said, “In the meantime, you can still apply for coverage over the phone, or by mail, or in person, because those plans are waiting and you’re still able to get the kind of affordable, reliable health insurance that’s been out of reach for too many people for too long.”

In reality Obama lied again because whether you submit a paper application, or call on the phone, or walk in some place and have someone else sign you up, everything still has to go through the same hub. There is no other system to sign people up. is all there is. When people submit a paper application or call on the phone an attendant pulls up a sign up screen on none other than or a site that is connected to and attempts to put in the information of the applicant. Paper applications were taken just to make people think something was happening when in reality, none of it worked.

Bottom line, Obama had to have known it was all the same portal taking all the information. So when he said you could sign up by calling, or mailing, or showing up in person, and added his feel good marketing line that, "reliable health insurance" has, "been out of reach for too many people for too long” it was complete baloney. Once again, Barack Obama has been caught in a huge lie. How much will the main stream media make of this?

Read more from ABC News below:

A series of internal Obama administration memos obtained exclusively by ABC News reveal for the first time how dysfunction with has upended the entire Affordable Care Act enrollment process, including applications by paper and phone that officials have been pushing as more reliable alternatives.

While President Obama and other top aides have publicly reassured frustrated consumers that they can bypass the troubled website and apply by phone in as little as 25 minutes, those working most closely with the rollout acknowledged privately that even the nonelectronic avenues would be no more efficient or guaranteed, the documents show.

“The same portal is used to determine eligibility no matter how the application is submitted (paper, online),” reads a Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight memo from Oct. 11.

“The paper applications allow people to feel like they are moving forward in the process and provides another option,” it says. “At the end of the day, we are all stuck in the same queue.

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