Fox News: Obama offers 'administrative fix' for ObamaCare Great Pretender has no power to "administratively" restore these policies, because neither he nor anyone else can "undo" the "undone." Those negotiations can't be done in the six and half weeks that are left in the year. It's not impossible, but it would take a "perfect storm" of total agreement on the part of every single healthcare provider in every single city, county, state and the nation to agree to pretend none of this happened. To reinstate the plans they've cancelled, the insurance companies would have to renegotiate with the hospitals, doctors, physical therapists, mental health professionals -- in short, every single facet of the health care system. Those plans have been cancelled. Those plans are gone. They ceased to exist when the insurance companies realized they did not meet the criteria the misbegotten ACA set. Negotiations between insurers and healthcare providers take at least several months, if not most of a year. For example, the doctor charges $100 for an office visit and $75 for lab work. The insurance company refuses to pay that much, and says they will pay $55 and $35, respectively. The doctor counters that he can't pay staff and keep the lights on for that. He offers $80 and $60. The insurance company counters with $65 and $40. The doctor says he can't cover the lab for that, but if the insurance company will pay $50, it's a deal. The insurer agrees. But again, it takes weeks, months, maybe the whole year. That negotiation takes place for every possible service your doctor performs, with every insurance company, each year. It is duplicated between insurers and every other discipline in the medical profession, across the board, from labs to psychiatrists. Some insurance companies refuse to pay some doctors the amount those doctors believe they are entitled to be paid. When that happens, the doctor will stop accepting that form of insurance as reimbursement. Then, of course, once the doctor no longer accepts that insurance company's reimbursement schedule, then she no longer accepts patients who use that payer's insurance. What has happened here is that the insurance companies have attempted to, and failed, to negotiate coverage with the healthcare providers that meet the ACA requirements, so they have cancelled the policies, and the doctors, hospitals, etc., have also made the decision that they cannot afford to offer services through the ACA, or even through ACA-compliant policies. And Great Pretender wants to write an executive order and fix all that. His complete lack of knowledge about the industry he is trying to take over makes him not only unqualified to offer the ACA as "the new truth" in U.S. healthcare, it makes him completely unqualified for the office he holds. No one else in the history of the U.S. presidency has been as completely clueless as this "naked emperor." The man has no skills, knowledge or ability about anything other than campaiging and community organizing. The job he pretends to is far bigger than either. How SNIP he got elected to the office is a mystery only to those who don't understand the machinations at work to take over this country and turn it into a socialist police state without firing a shot. I'm becoming convinced the man himself is not the mastermind. He's just a pawn for a bunch of nameless, faceless Marxists masquerading as Democrats and socialists, manipulating it all from behind the scenes.