I just want to point out that all of your citations are from before the enrollment deadline. I think your latest post was from April.
How about something a little more recent?
In fact, if you follow the website attacks on Obamacare based on the number of people enrolled, you will find a deluge of articles leading up to April of 2014 and then...silence. You'll still find other attacks, but none based on the number of newly enrolled. Then, in May, you see a lot of articles saying, "Well, OK, a lot of people enrolled, but how many actually paid?". And then, based on insurance company data, it turned out that the people signing up for exchanges actually paid at a higher rate than the general population signing up for health insurance.
There are good reasons to criticize the ACA, but the number of people who have gotten coverage for the first time because of the law is not one of them.