John Sexton

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Everyone but Obama Knew Was In Trouble

On Christmas Eve in the afternoon, Reuters dumped this story recapitulating the long history of Obamacare's IT failure. It's a technology failure that stemmed from management failure, one which the ultimate manager, the President himself, was completely unaware of until it happened. Dec 24, 2013 3:52 PM PT

'Tis the Season for Awful, Groan-Inducing Ads

We've all seen ads that don't quite work. Maybe the ad is okay but you don't know what the product is even after seeing it a few times. Or maybe you know what the product is but the ad makes you like it less or actually dislike it. This is in the latter category. In fact, I'm pretty sure this ad may become a training video at ad agencies, a how-not-to for junior associates. Dec 24, 2013 9:46 AM PT

The Obama Administration's Healthcare Math Does Not Add Up

This week the administration claims they have almost broken even on the number of people who gained vs. lost insurance, but they offered no way for anyone to check their math. That's a problem because their claims don't seem to add up. Dec 21, 2013 12:14 PM PT

Obama: Half-a-Million Enrolled in December

Based on statements the President made in his press conference today, Obamacare is on track to enroll about 12.5 percent of its final goal by January 1st. Dec 20, 2013 3:04 PM PT

Obamacare is on a Different Path from Medicare Part D

Thursday Ezra Klein once again compared Obamacare's unpopular rollout to Medicare part D. While it's true that part D was unpopular and that Obamacare could one day surmount its image problems, Klein continues to gloss over the significant differences in the enrollment response to the two programs. Klein writes: Dec 20, 2013 10:21 AM PT

Conservatives in a Panic Over Pajamazilla? Not Exactly

Does the twenty-something college kid in onesie pajamas strike terror into the hearts of conservatives? That's the argument being made by several liberal writers today as part of a backlash against conservative mockery of the goofy OFA ad. Adam Serwer at MSNBC compares him to a 200-foot Kaiju, i.e. a Godzilla-like monster: Dec 19, 2013 3:48 PM PT

Profile of the Original 'Welfare Queen'

Ronald Reagan told the story of a benefit stealing "welfare queen" back in 1976 to argue for smaller, leaner government. Liberals have complained about the generalization ever since. Paul Krugman called it a "bogus story" as recently as 2007. Dec 19, 2013 10:40 AM PT


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