The Obama administration sent $141 million in taxpayer funds to New Jersey to fund new health insurance coverage created under the ObamaCare system of government-controlled health care.
So far, two people have signed up for ObamaCare coverage.
That's $70,500,000.00 in spending per patient just for coverage, not actual care. Remember, ObamaCare was sold as a way of controlling the costs of health care.
Horizon Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Jersey spokesman Tom Vincz notes that 600 applications were downloaded. Even if every single one of them signs up (the actual number will be nowhere close to that) it still works out to $117,500.00 in taxpayer spending per patient just for coverage, not actual care.