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The Official "7.1 million enrolled, 5 million engaged, 5.1% more on Medicaid" Obamacare Propaganda Pieces

Last week President Obama crowed to the world that 7.1 million people "enrolled" for Obamacare prior to the shifting March 31 deadline.. Today, Enroll America sent out an email (below) stating that they have "engaged" 5 million consumers. Also today, Enroll America posted on their blog the "First Official Report on Medicaid Enrollment: More Than Three Million Got Covered in Five Months" which talks about the glorious, victorious 5 percent increase in total medicaid growth (whatever "total" is supposed to mean) since the launch of Obamacare five months ago. 

Confused? So am I. And I am convinced that our confusion is exactly what the White House (WH), the Democrats in Congress and the Mainstream Media (MSM) want. I am equally convinced that the numbers don't add up, and the left hand does not know what the right hand is doing.

Confusion aside, let's focus on the email immediately below (and reproduced in its entirety here) and the other information we have gathered for you that follows the email.
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What We've Learned From Engaging More Than Five Million Consumers

By teaming up with more than 2,300 partner organizations, hosting more than 22,000 outreach and enrollment events, and mobilizing more than 27,000 volunteers, we were able to engage more than five million consumers during the first open enrollment period:
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But our favorite garbage pail of self-congratulatory, self-indulgent rationalization after the March 31 faux-deadline passed can be found here (partially reproduced below). Depending on which side of the partisan fence you are located, you will either agree with the triumphant claims of success, or you will puke. Personally, I did the latter, so that probably gives away my political leanings. Lest you miss the important last sentence and thus fail to learn that there is a two-day victory party scheduled in D.C. in June, we produce that for your below:
"For more ideas on how to take your outreach and enrollment efforts to the next level in the coming months, register today for our national conference, State of Enrollment: Getting America Covered, in Washington, D.C., June 16-18."



For Obamacare news junkies like me, be sure to bookmark the EnrollAmerica.org for more exciting and confusing news of the continuing and growing success of the Affordable Care Act. Is is pure propaganda, but it is fun and interesting reading. Just be sure to put on our high-topped shoes or galoshes before you step into it.