Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Medias Desperate Rescue of Obama

After the launch of Obamacare and the initial "success" stories by the media were firmly debunked as partisan shills basically lying about their Obamacare experience the liberal/commie media couldn't ignore the elephant in the room.

They actually had to report on the roll out of the train wreck the democrats rammed down our throats.

Their constant cheer leading for Obama and the democrat party has already taken a toll on their credibility.

CNN and MSNBC Lose Almost Half Their Viewers in One Year

So what do they decide to do? Double down of course and go on another desperate search for Obamacare successes.

Is Obamacare on the rebound? Media turn to positive stories.
Bit by bit, the media narrative around the travails of Obamacare and its main enrollment vehicle,, is starting to look up. Or to put it more precisely, it is no longer so crushingly negative.
After weeks of stories about website crashes and canceled health plans – and an extraordinary mea culpa from President Obama – a competing story line is starting to emerge. Slowly but surely, people are navigating the exchanges and getting insurance – for some, cheaper and better than what they had. Last week, The New York Times and Los Angeles Times touted a “surge” in enrollment figures, especially in states that have their own exchanges.~snip~
So again the liberal/commie media is showing how far into the tank they are and how far they'll go to prop up a total failure for the country like Obama and the ACA are.
Which seems pretty self destructive because if fewer people are watching then how can they successfully shill for the Obamessiah?
The possibility for a death spiral of Obamacare is very real, and the possibility for a death spiral of the progressive media will follow right along.

1 comment:

Third News said...

"...navigating the exchanges and getting insurance – for some, cheaper and better than what they had."

This is the ignored/unrecognized fallacy of Obamacare; ACA insurance is cheaper to the insured simply because they are receiving taxpayer subsidies -whether they need the mandated extras or not

The fact is, very few people had maternity coverage -a huge expense, nor pre-existing conditions -did that ever exist?

Logically, insurance for no one is cheaper -you're simply passing your new expense to someone else