In Oregon, where these trippy 9.9 million dollar ads aired, zero people have signed up for Cover Oregon– the state’s $300 million dollar Obamacare exchange.


Superbowl commercials ran around $4 million last year, but people at least bought what they were selling.


Budweiser, Doritos, and GODaddy all were successful in convincing the American public to opt-in. The state of Oregon lacks one thing all these companies had: a product people want.


The citizens of Oregon and other states want the policies they had. Insurance companies in the state sent out 150,000 cancellation letters, increasing demand, but people still aren’t buying what Cover Oregon is selling: glitchy, government run healthcare.