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Now we can get back to celebrating Obamacare’s stunning success

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Courtesy of NRO’s Jim Geraghty, whose daily “Morning Jolt” e-mail is a must-read:

Allow me to show you one of my new favorite web sites, EnrollMaven.com, just a one-man operation tracking publicly-available information on how many people have signed up.

A one-man operation? You know what that means, America: it’s a blog. King Barry the First commands you to ignore it!

Let’s check it out.

Tracking Obamacare enrollment
in the 50 states (and D.C.)

Gold, Silver, Bronze (GSB) Plan Enrollment

Administration GSB Plan Enrollment Goal by 03.31.14

Percent of GSB Plan Enrollment Goal Achieved

Percent of Enrollment Period Elapsed

*This is a running estimate of the number of people enrolled in paid Obamacare plans calculated using enrollment statistics reported by governmental entities. It is not a measure of web hits, user registrations, applications started, applications completed or any other pre-enrollment parameter, does not include enrollments in jurisdictions which have not yet reported enrollment statistics (federal exchange, California, Massachusetts, New York) and does not count new Medicaid enrollees.

As @Obamacare says: Time for a #happydance!

In case you missed all the other good news about Obamacare this past week:

And we’re only a couple of weeks in. I can’t wait to find out how much better Obamacare gets next week. Yay!!! 🙂

Update: Eric Owens has more. What’s with you teabaggers and your obsession with numbers? Math is hard!

Update: Did the healthcare.gov developers use pirated software? If so, why should the rules apply to them?