Welp, Washington Post’s Sarah Kliff apparently got her answer.
The White House says people have bought Obamacare. We haven’t met them quite yet. http://t.co/3PoonBkkev
— Suzy Khimm (@SuzyKhimm) October 3, 2013
— Brendan Buck (@BrendanBuck) October 3, 2013
Oh that is just perfect! As Twitchy reported, reporters have been desperately searching for the mythical creatures known as Obamacare purchasers. One journo at HuffPo was flummoxed by the very idea that some of the exchange websites might be, you know, lying about numbers. He was also befuddled by the fact that many Americans are receiving cancellation notices. Keep your plan? Ha! Totally kidding guys.
Other journos, however, have been searching for confirmation of the White House claims that people have bought through the exchanges. You know, the exchange websites that are error-riddled and full of constant glitches.
Is the tide turning? It’s a start. And the bonus unicorn is a win!
WaPo searches for the unicorn http://t.co/UHnvaij8Qh
— Pundette (@pundette) October 3, 2013
Look! Unicorn! >> The White House says people have bought Obamacare. We haven’t met them quite yet. http://t.co/UUr8AtR20a
— Eye on Politics (@EyeOnPolitics) October 3, 2013
— Danielle Varallo (@Nellie_V) October 3, 2013
— Patrick Chovanec (@prchovanec) October 3, 2013
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