The Columbian Face of Obamacare
ABC news is reporting this morning that the face of Obamacare:
The smiling woman who was once the face of the Affordable Care Act’s website has come out of the shadows to stand up to the “cyberbullying” she says she suffered after the law’s flawed kickoff.
Adriana, who asked that only her first name be used says, “They have nothing else to do but hide behind the computer. They’re cyberbullying.”
Cyberbullying? Really? You volunteered to have your face on what what is the signature
achievement failure of a very polarizing president and then you are crying about cyberbullying? I would suggest that there are millions of Americans… FIVE MILLION canceled health insurance policy holders that have been bullied by a federal government, but we are supposed to feel sorry for you. Sorry, no pity here.
She went on to say, “I mean, I don’t know why people should hate me because it’s just a photo. I didn’t design the website. I didn’t make it fail, so I don’t think they should have any reasons to hate me.”
Well Adriana may be delusional about how she is hated, one has to wonder how Adriana would have reacted had this been a success?
ABC goes on to report:
Speculation swirled that Adriana might not be a legal resident of the United States, and therefore not even eligible for the health care exchanges. Adriana said she is a wife and mother who lives in Maryland with her 21-month-old son and husband of six and a half years. Her husband is a U.S. citizen, as is his her son. Adriana, who is Colombian, said she has lived legally in the U.S. for more than six years, is currently a permanent resident and is applying for citizenship.
Adriana wraps it up by saying, “I’m pure Colombian. They didn’t ruin my life. I still have a job, I’m still married. That didn’t really crush me to the ground. I’m fine. Now I laugh about it.”
So Adriana gets her 15 minutes of fame… It just didn’t turn out the way she expected… Like most lefties, it’s not her fault, the blame falls on anything and anybody, most definitely not the fact that she wanted to be the face of the president’s signature