Ohio: Last Minute ObamaCare Enrollment PR Push Falls Flat

‘I haven’t been to a doctor in years. I don’t need a doctor’

Obamacare Enrollment PR Push Falls Flat In Ohio (Washington Free Beacon)

Despite the Obama administration’s best efforts, many Ohioans appear to still appear to be unaware of the March 31 Obamacare deadline ABC WSYX-OH reports.

In addition to the general obliviousness surrounding the deadline, some individuals interviewed by the Ohio ABC affiliate expressed skepticism about Obamacare’s affordability:

One man in downtown Columbus told us, “To be quite honest I haven’t been to a doctor in years. I don’t need a doctor. I don’t need any sort of health insurance.”

For others, the problem is financial; despite the fact subsidies are available. Another person told us, ”It would be a hard chunk out of a family of four to afford that insurance.”

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