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The Obamacare fiasco is Obama’s alone, and it threatens to consume the President’s domestic agenda for as far as the eye can see.

Republicans are going to town with it, and Democrats are starting to flee.

Job creation? Immigration reform? This President is in no position to lead the charge.

After more than three years of work, he invited Americans to enter the brave new world of his massively reconfigured health insurance marketplace through the internet portal of

He had no idea what he was doing, nor, apparently, did anyone around him.

It just didn’t work.

Prices were misleading; product descriptions were incomplete and opaque.

Statewide exchange websites, like New York’s, were clunky and user-hostile.

No wonder, according to recently obtained confidential documents, Day One produced a pitiful six enrollments nationwide and 248 enrollments by the end of day two.

How many have signed up since?

The White House hasn’t said, which is both a very bad sign and the reason that Obama keeps promising that the program is so good that the uninsured just have to wait to see it to believe it and make their purchase.

Obama will need to average 39,000 enrollees a day to hit the target of 7 million by March 1.

That’s not an arbitrary goal; when creating health insurance pools, there’s strength in numbers — and lethal weakness in the lack thereof.