Sometimes I read a story and say: "Can't possibly be true." Yesterday it was the story that the Census Bureau manipulated the jobs report before the 2012 election. Nope - I don't buy it.
But what about this statement from an official from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services? Hot Air: "CMS tech officer: Roughly 30-40% of the ObamaCare exchange system still needs to be built — including the payment system."
What? Three-and-a-half years after starting, eight months after warnings that there were serious problems at Healthcare.gov and only a couple weeks after assurances everything would be cool by December, now - now? - we hear that one-third of the programming still needs to be done? No. Can't be. He must have misspoken.