They’ve spent more than three years preparing for the big day, forking over millions of taxpayer dollars on advertisements to promote the law’s October 1 roll-out. They’ve boasted about, and grossly exaggerated, the web traffic its exchanges generated on opening day. And despite the comprehensive trainwreck that’s unfolded this week, their top Congressional allies are cheerfully referring to implementation as a “dream come true.” Nevertheless, Obamacare’s administrators now say they can’t — or, more accurately won’t — tell the country how many Americans have managed to actually enroll in the program for at least a month. We know that individual state figures have ranged from bad (Kentucky, where 5.3 percent of visitors enrolled), to negligible (Connecticut, 0.58 percent) to, um, zero: