You can literally count on one hand the number of Iowans who have signed up for Obamacare – five – in the entire state – five.

KGRG-TV reports they were only able to confirm five people in the state who have signed up for ObamaCare.

The “system doesn’t seem to be working for most who log-on,” says the local reporter. “We tried multiple times on Wednesday to see how long it would take to set up an account to try to shop the rates from the plans. Each time we logged in, within 5 minutes, the system was down.”

“Also today, the insurance division office in Des Moines told us, ‘We cannot say for sure if anyone has successfully signed up through the healthcare.gov website,” says a reporter.

“Tonight, one of the two exchange providers Coopertunity Health said a total of 5 Iowans have obtained insurance.”

HT: Weekly Standard

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