ACA Fail Fractal
I’m Calling It Kafkacare: One Reader’s Obamacare Experience
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  • qet

    This may seem all Godwin-y, but his story reminds me of a (probably apocryphal) story about Hitler that even as Fuehrer he was unable throughout his entire reign to obtain a military pension through the ordinary workings of the German bureaucracy. The point being, that even if the ACA is “fixed,” stories like this will still be quite common.

  • TommyTwo

    Another example of market failure. The government needs to step in and eliminate this monopoly, so that J.M. will be free to contract with a competitor with better service.


  • Boritz

    The next debate will be between three camps: those like TAI who proclaim this to be Kafkaesque, those who are perhaps less educated but more in tune with pop culture who would call it the Twilight Zone, and the Democrats who say it’s not only the law of the land but a success.

    • rheddles

      The donks will call it Green Acres.

  • Anthony

    “What happened during the first 61 days of the active life of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – popularly known as ObamaCare – will be the focus of historical and political scrutiny for decades.”

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