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The latest wrinkle in the troubled enrollment process for the nation's new health insurance system was announced Wednesday, in Mr. Obama’s home state, just days ahead of a key enrollment deadline.
Illinois officials are emailing and calling thousands of people, advising them to start over on their health insurance applications if they believe the federal government mistakenly referred them to Medicaid.
The federal HealthCare.gov website received more than 30,000 applications from people in Illinois who may be eligible for Medicaid, the government health program for the poor.
Monday is a key enrollment deadline under the law. People who want their private insurance coverage to start on Jan. 1 must enroll by then. Enrollment continues for private coverage through March 31.
Pajama Boy is wearing a one-piece zip-up footie pajamas and drinking hot chocolate. He is in his twenties, sporting hipster glasses and an expression of self-satisfied ironic amusement.
Politico says if the goal of Organizing for America, the Obama community organizing project behind the coco drinker wearing nerdy glasses, was to create a mockable image to draw attention to its message then the Pajama Boy is a brilliantly successful endeavor.
Will the pajama boy ObamaCare ads lure youth to the ObamaCare trough?
Will drinking cocoa while wearing pajamas really appeal to the young?
Time will tell but without the young buying insurance ObamaCare will be in serious trouble.
The majority of American youth have given up on Barack Obama, who has raised taxes and wasted $5 Trillion of reckless spending. The Obama bumper stickers are being scraped off and thrown away.
The youth are worse off with Obama. Just look at the high youth unemployment.
Less than half of youth support Obama according to a recent Pew poll.