Well, duh -- Obamacare was never about the uninsured:
So, he created Obamacare. The crux of the biscuit: The United States would completely change its entire health care system to make sure those 46 million got insured. Well, at least that’s what every rational American thought. If there are 46 million uninsured, and the president and Congress are overhauling the system, it must be to solve the whole problem — not just part of it.
But last week came word that with just 15 days left for people to enroll for federal coverage, just 4.2 million had. The math is simple: That’s just 9 percent of the supposedly 46 million uninsured.
Still, the obvious question is: We changed the $2.7 trillion health care system to sign up 4.2 million people?
I'd say "wrecked" the $2.7 trillion health care system. That's not a semantic quibble but a more accurate description of the administration's intent. You elect a social engineer, you'll get social engineering.