Yesterday our intrepid Twitchy team documented how the Connecticut Obamacare health exchange website had received 11,000 visits, but only enrolled 22 people in the first three hours. While we gently chided the program’s lack of popularity, we have egg on our collective face now, since the number of applications has zoomed to nearly two hundred! Well, not nearly, really. Closer to 170. But we’re willing to round it up to spare President Obama’s feelings.
Maybe more would sign up if they could actually load the website?
— g (@daemhan) October 2, 2013
Wait … can Canadians sign up for Obamacare?
If you couldn't reach @AccessHealthCT earlier it's up now. Can view plans, see if you're eligible for fin. aid & see participating docs.
— Sen. Matt Lesser (@MattLesser) October 2, 2013
The latest reports are that over 18,000 people have logged onto @AccessHealthCT! Sounds like a successful first day!
— Kim Fawcett (@repfawcett) October 1, 2013
Hmm … better not mention the actual enrollment numbers there, representative.
Some people are grumpy just because their premiums are a lot higher — must be greedy capitalists!
Income? You didn’t build that!
You did say “affordable,” right?
Well, at least the prices are accur…
CT Exchange @AccessHealthCT warns consumers that prices on its web site may be "inaccurate'…
— Phil Galewitz (@philgalewitz) October 1, 2013
Oh. Well. Okay then.