[Thanks to Bob V for the video link]
UPDATE: If Centennial State sign-ups are indicative (and there's no reason to believe that they're atypical), then The Kraut is really on to something. According to the Colorado Springs Gazette, about a quarter of a million Coloradans have enrolled through the state's Exchange.
That's the good news.
Here's the bad:
Most of these folks signed up for taxpayer funded Medicaid, not private health insurance. And of the less than 120,000 who did sign up for insurance, there's no information yet on how many are subsidized, let alone how many have actually paid for their new "coverage."
Way to go!
[Hat Tip: Ace of Spades]