(March 26, 2014)
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid tried to explain the Obama administration's latest decision to extend a key ObamaCare deadline by saying people just "are not educated on how to use the Internet."Oh, that's just insulting.
No, the Obama Administration is "just not educated on how to use the Internet". How much did WE pay for an Internet Designer to screw up the Obamacare website? Too much. Over budget, missed the deadline, and even today the website is not "user friendly".
ObamaCare depends on young people to sign up, so they can pay for Old People who have more medical problems than the 'target group' ... which is young people.
Old People are a liability to Obamacare; this is the population segment which is most likely to burden the system though constant claims, because .. well, we're old, and we get sick more often. Young people don't get sick as often, and when they do they are reluctant to seek medical attention.
Yet this is the segment of the population which is expected to pay more, because .. well, they have a longer life span dating from the implementation of Obamacare. In other words, they are less likely to die before medical treatment is completed, but they still have an income and are more likely to continue contributing.
Why do "young People" .. those who were BORN to use the Internet for almost every transaction ... not sign up for Obamacare?
It isn't that they don't know how to use the Internet.
It's because they know their government is out to screw them. ObamaCare is a viper at their breast, and they are not buying into it.
Welcome to the "Computer Savvy" generation.