The mystery of the ObamaCare covergirl took an interesting turn over the weekend, when her smiling face was replaced by a far less attractive quartet of icons.
The smiling covergirl touched off a frenzied hunt for her identity especially after White House officials refused to divulge her name.
No doubt the real reason for her anonymity was because Americans were frustration with the beleaguered Healthcare.gov website and she soon became known on the Internet as Glitch Girl.
Sometime on Sunday, her photo was replaced with icons that show the four ways people can learn about ObamaCare: by talking on the phone, going to the website (that they are presumably already on), chatting with friends or writing a letter.
It will take more than a new ObamaCare website welcome screen to make things work but it’s a start.