Sean Hannity calls Obamacare hotline, October 21, 2013, Healthcare.gov down for next 42 hours, Glitches continue, Higher premiums deductibles glitches portend failure
“The study says 27-year-old men in Nebraska will see a whopping 279 percent increase in premiums and 27-year-old women in Nebraska will get an also-shocking 227 percent increase in rates.”…Watchdog.org
“Every day, new questions about the president’s health care law arise, but candid explanations are nowhere to be found,”
“This decision continues a troubling pattern of this administration seeking to avoid accountability and stonewall the public.”…John Boehner
“…and Socialist governments traditionally do make a financial mess. They [socialists] always run out of other people’s money. It’s quite a characteristic of them.”…Margaret Thatcher
I listened to the following Sean Hannity Radio Show segment live.
Higher premiums, deductibles and glitches, and of course the authors, portend failure for Obamacare.
From The Blaze October 21, 2013.
“FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS WHEN SEAN HANNITY CALLS OBAMACARE HOTLINE”
“Fox News and conservative radio talk show host Sean Hannity called the Obamacare hotline on-air Monday afternoon — and things quickly got awkward.
Hannity, who first had to navigate through the automated menu, was eventually connected with representative Erling Davis.
“You are on the radio, you are on the Sean Hannity radio show,” the radio host informed Davis. “You’re on the radio. Is that OK with you? You have to say yes if you want to be on.”
“It’s OK, sir,” Davis replies.
“How is the call volume today?” Hannity then asked. “Because the president gave out your phone number today. Did you know that?”
“I did not know that, sir,” she says.
Hannity then explained to Davis that he is having problems enrolling in President Obama’s signature health care program using the healthcare.gov website.
“Right now from what I heard our system is down for the next like 42 hours,” Davis said. “So no one is able to get in, but if they call us we can help them fill out an application as long as they went online to create an account first.”
“Well that’s the point, I can’t get online to create an account, so how would I be able to create the account if the website is down for the next 42 hours?” Hannity asked.
“You would have to wait until those 42 hours is up,” Davis replied.”