4 million visits and 6 enrollments on first day. 248 enrollments by day two. To meet goals (and projected cost savings), the enrollment must be 39,000 per day. So far, the vast majority of enrollees in the state exchanges are going to Medicaid. Which means, they are not contributing to cost reduction, but rather government dependence. Which means, higher costs for everyone else, and increased debt.
I remember President Obama saying (I know, he says a lot of things) that he wouldn’t sign the bill if it added one dime to the national debt. If he doesn’t himself call for the repeal of his signature train wreck of a piece of legislation, then you can add this to his list of lies.