Obamacare Online Enrollment Remains a Mystery, No Matter Who Media Ask

By Jeffrey Meyer | October 21, 2013 | 1:53pm EDT

With ObamaCare entering its fourth week of implementation, media are wondering exactly how many people have signed up for health insurance from

Since open enrollment began on October 1, approximately 476,000 people have started ObamaCare applications - but, the administration can't, or won't, say how many people have actually been able to purchase health insurance.

MRCTV have compiled some of the least responsive responses from members of the Obama Administration - from Press Secretary Jay Carney to HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius herself - fielding questions about how many people have successfully signed up for health insurance using the administration's beleaguered website.

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