Friday, April 25, 2014
Who got the $300 million from Oregon's Obama Care website flop?
Oregon pissed away $300 million on a website to enroll people in ObamaCare that has - to date - signed up ZERO people. That's right, not one person has actually been able to sign up for health insurance using this system.
That leads many people to shake their heads in wonder, but leads us to ask "who got the money?"
Democratic Governor John Kitzhaber promised to lead the nation on ObamaCare and he did—from behind. The worst-in-America launch collapsed even harder than Healthcare.gov. The exchange website known as Cover Oregon still hasn't enrolled one person, and the state has spent about $7 million signing up merely 69,000 people manually using paper applications..... Investigators at the KATU news station uncovered evidence suggesting that Cover Oregon officials created a fake website to create the illusion of progress for the feds, who made ObamaCare grants that totalled $303 million.
"Created a fake website?" This is not simply colossal, stupendous and world-class incompetence, but it appears to involved a criminal conspiracy involving hundreds of millions of dollars.
Is Team Obama interested in where the money went and who got rich as a result? You have to be kidding me. Quoting Obama: 'This thing is working," and the press got the message. Attorney General Eric Holder is ignoring this and the race-baiting members of the Liberal media are crowing how great ObamaCare is. Because Obama said so. Period.