Carney: 'Six out of 10' Can Get Health Insurance for '$100 a Day or Less'

Carney confuses 'month' with 'day,' mistakenly promoting very expensive insurance

And it's down – AGAIN! Obamacare website crashes TWICE on enrollment deadline day (Daily Mail)

On the final day of enrollment this year for medical insurance under the Affordable Care Act, the federal government website that runs the program went offline. Again.

And White House Press secretary Jay Carney found himself in the awkward position of taking a victory lap – citing enrollment totals of more than 6 million – while last-minute customers were frozen out of the system.

Carney appeared rattled at the beginning of his daily press briefing, committing an unforced error that quickly attracted scorn on social media.

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