Harry Reid Thinks People Aren’t Signing Up for Obamacare Because They Don’t Know How to Use the Internet
Senator Harry Reid defended the latest Obamacare delay on Wednesday. Reid took his typical shots at Republicans but then gave one theory as to why people haven’t been signing up for Obamacare. According to the Daily Caller, Reid believes many couldn’t sign up because they didn’t know how to use the internet.
A number of people were struggling to sign up, “through no fault of the internet, but because people are not educated how to use the internet,” Reid said.
“So this is not anything other than the right thing to do, for heaven’s sake. I don’t know how many people thousands of thousands of people will be able to have healthcare as a result of extending this time.”
Interesting. Sure, there are some people in the United States that don’t understand this whole internet thing. Most are probably over the age of 76 and really aren’t the key demographic Obamacare is looking for. Remember that the government needs young people to sign up. Most young people know how to use the internet and aren’t confused by it.
You think maybe Harry Reid is one of those with little understanding of the internet?