So today is the day – the deadline date. The date to which we must have signed up for Obamacare. Or is it?

As they said in the Pirates of the Caribbean movie – “It’s more of a suggestion, then an actual rule”.

It must be great working in this administration. If things aren’t going the way they planned – space simply change the rules.

It’s like being a driver in a NASCAR race. You had a couple of bad breaks, but know you have the fastest car. You’re on the radio, lamenting to your crew chief, “If I only had six more laps, I could catch the leader and win this thing”. The crew chief then here’s over the PA system that the race will be extended six laps.

I guess that is what happened to the implementation of Obamacare, again. They simply change the law – again and again and again.

As an aside: Does it seem as if the public, and certainly the media, care just a little less, every time this law is changed? As if this is the new normal? When Obama made his first illegal law change, there was a major uproar that, “he can’t just change the law like that”! Yet, with each subsequent occurrence of lawlessness, we complain just a bit less. It’s almost as if we are purposely being desensitized to Obama’s Imperial actions. Just an observation.

Okay – so the deadline has apparently been extended for yet another few weeks, which I guess gets them closer to the goal of 7 million enrollees. Let’s not, at this time, quibble over the difference between “signed up” and “paid”.

Ah – the magic number – 7 million. The number, we’ve been told, that will sustain Obamacare.

Well, I’ll give you another number. One we’ve not heard a single politician utter since the passage of Obamacare. That forgotten number is 45, 50 or, by some estimates, more than 80 million. That was the number of uninsured the bleeding hearts and liars put forth to convince the country to support the idea of Obamacare.

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