When it comes to Obamacare enrollment numbers, quite a bit of skepticism is in order. 

The IRS is supposed to work for the people.  It shouldn’t require a subpoena to disclose documents and information that belong to us!

Yawn. The ACA’s proponents underestimated the program’s costs. 

They can force you to buy it, but I guess they can’t force anyone to sell it to you.

This was the last, but by all means not the only, lie they used to sell Obamacare.

Predictably, the government isn’t very good at predicting future costs. 

The politicization of your health continues.  Harry Reid went nuclear to appoint three new Democrat judges; these judges have now vacated the Halbig decision and will hear the case again.  When government is in charge of the health care industry, this is what we can expect.

Do you trust the federal government with your most private information?

The hazards of consolidation. 

Good luck with the ‘dog ate my homework’ defense next time you are investigated.

Small group plans and employer-based policies are disappearing.  

Now they tell us. 

The ACA results in less competition and that means higher prices and lower quality. 

More evidence that shows the ACA was not a bill to restrain and reform the insurance industry, it was an effort to co-opt it. This was an insider deal from start to finish.