Updated 1:25 p.m. ET, 12/23/2013
New York (CNNMoney) - The deadline for signing up for Obamacare has been effectively extended by another day, the Obama administration said Monday.
The deadline had been Monday, Dec. 23 for people who want coverage by Jan. 1. People can now sign up through Tuesday, Dec. 24.
When is the pres going to sign up ?????
I was told it is free AND I get a $2,500 rebate plus another free phone. Obama rocks!
"I was told it is free AND I get a $2,500 rebate plus another free phone. Obama rocks!"
More proof that dunkin' your head under the Drudge sludge spring, causes hallucinations and very possibly, brain damage.
On the positive side, it is true President O rocks!
your right pres. O rocks. now if we could get the rock to jump into a lake we would be better off.
Most republicans are angry because they will no longer get a free lunch, and will have to pay for health. Those baggers who are insured get to keep their crap policies for another year, so they should be dancing in the streets.
Remember it was all fixed by Dec 1. All the technical difficulties must be pure imagination,...myth conjured up by the right.
ACA is a Law. Period.
The only people are confused is CNN. They was confused when the Supreme Court verdict was handed down and their confused now. The best political team is suppose to clear up any confusion that's how you separate yourself from the pack. People who desperately need insurance are sign up it's their only option. But, people who are already insured want to complain about being confused.
OH BOY, OH BOY, I get to pay more now, for a insurance policy that is less than the one I am about to lose today. Yippeeeeee, I get to help pay for the crack dealers that make more than me now, and I don't get to write if off on my taxes either! God I love this!!! What a great country we use to live in.
Tampa Tim...Free health care for Republicans? Where do you come up with this stuff? You're what we focus on when we talk about the "uninformed voter" Get a clue or get lost.
Dar, your insurance company can no longer make money selling the insurance plan you used to have. If your old plan covered more than your new plan, then your old plan complied with the ACA, and your insurance company did not need to cancel your plan, but it did anyway. In which case, go complain to your insurance company.
Cry – After surviving an $800 million barrage of negative attacks from the right wingnuts, a 24/7 attack from Fox and Sean Insanity, a lousy roll out, it is still the law, and it is getting better every day. What you fail to realize, only 40% want the law repealed. Sounds like you are a bit premature in your assessment.
Again...Little in the way of facts and alot...alot of fiction on your part. Free health care for Republicans?.....please continue.
Only the baggers and Fox viewers seem to be upset with the ACA. The majority approve or want it to go further.
Cry – do you read?