The List of Stuff That’s Broken in Obamacare, According to Obama

Monday marks the final day of Obamacare’s first open enrollment period — sort of — but the health-care law has yet to even be implemented in its entirety.

Despite all the Obama administration’s talk about Republicans “obstructing” the health-care law, federal officials and Obamacare administrators have done far more damage to Obamacare by delaying some of its most central provisions. Here’s the Daily Caller News Foundation’s list of the ways the Obama administration has taken apart its own law, piece by piece.

AUGUST 27, 2013: The Department of Health and Human Services tells insurance companies it won’t sign agreements on health plans to be sold in Obamacare exchanges until several weeks after the original September 5-9 timeline.

SEPTEMBER 26, 2013: The Obama administration tells Hispanic groups it will be several weeks late in launching, the Spanish-language version of The delay lasted over two months and the website, launched in early December, was accused of being written in ‘Spanglish.’

OCTOBER 23, 2013: The administration extends the deadline to purchase health coverage in 2014 before triggering the individual mandate penalty by 6 weeks. That delay allowed consumers to purchase health insurance by March 31 to avoid the tax, rather than requiring them to have active coverage.
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