The enrollment of individuals on the Obamacare platform has fallen short of the expected goal. The predictions have thus not been right on target.
The Obama administration is doing what it can for Americans on a liberal agenda. And its lofty goals of government health care may be met with eager enrollment yet the overall show of hands still lacks in numbers.
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While one of the gurus of future trends did make a correct prognostication of the enrollment having reached five million, the next goal is hard to achieve indeed. Those who implemented Obamacare thought or rather presumed that the goal of seven million individuals would be reached by the end of March.
But now it looks to be a formidable and well-nigh impossible task. The selfsame guru who spoke of the five million mark is now predicting a six million enrollment for the last date of the month of March. You can call it March Madness although that phrase is being taken out of context.
The six million mark is a more human number and may in fact be achievable after all. All we can do is keep our fingers crossed. There is a certain level of guesstimate involved in these predictions. Besides, the future has too many variables which come into it and they thus mess up all our human expectations.
Man wants order in things, but Nature destroys all his thought-up plans. It literally makes mincemeat of the anthropomorphic designs of puny man. Obamacare has been all about a “more is merrier” philosophy. People have been urged to sign on just for the sake of signing on. And the word has been spread via Facebook and other social networks on the Internet.
For all it’s lauded to be, Obamacare has its little loopholes. The mass signing on may just be a ploy to gain votes for the continuation of the Democratic agenda and its existence in government corridors. Especially, if it fails to deliver in the long run on the health and medical care front, than the whole benevolent façade will have been just an appearance and not a reality.