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Unbelievable: NYT spins the HHS estimate of 2015 Obamacare enrollees down 30+% as 'room to grow'

Yes Rep. Issa, let’s talk about that. Open enrollment for Obamacare starts Saturday November 15, but according to just released 2015 estimates from the White House and HHS, it’s not looking to good:



But given some of the headlines from the MSM, you wouldn’t think there’s any real problem with HHS’s much lowered forecast:

“Modest.” “Cautious.” Soothing words for really bad news.

But check out this winner of the nothing-to-see-here headline competition from the New York Times:

The numbers have “room to grow.”

You see? It’s like a parent who buys pants for their kid that are just a little too big so he or she can grow into them. It’s smart. Or duplicitous:


Exit question: How will the lowered enrollment numbers affect premiums?




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