Late night host David Letterman mocked the botched rollout of ObamaCare on Tuesday with a segment on "ObamaCare Success Stories."
"There's been a lot of negative information about ObamaCare, about the website, everything doesn't work, nothing goes right and nobody can sign up," Letterman ranted.
The host said he was fed up with the negativity, and played a segment that featured a young man who was trying to sign up for healthcare on HealthCare.gov.
He couldn't get health insurance because of the dysfunctional website, but that didn't mean things were all bad.
"I still don't have health insurance, but the government is paying me 10 grand a week to fix their healthcare website," he said, smiling while giving a thumbs up.