imagesBarack Obama’s home state is trying to bury Obamacare like Bobby Brady’s cursed tiki.

The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports the “Hawaii Health Connector,” the state’s Obamacare exchange, is shutting down after a spectacular wipeout.

The decision comes after federal taxpayers gave Hawaii over $204 million for the program.

The Connector needed at least 70,000 enrollees to stay financially viable. Only 37,000 have signed up despite $204 million in federal funding for the Connector website since 2011. All but $70 million has already been spent.

The shutdown was announced after Hawaii state legislators refused to keep bailing out the floundering program.

They announced it would only get $2 million in state funds, less than half the $5.4 million in state funds it needs each year to stay in business.

The program will shut down what little enrollment it has seen and will dump its policies onto the federal Obamacare exchange.

Dumping Hawaiians onto the federal system will cost another $30 million, Americans for Tax Reform reports.

The collapse of the state Obamacare program could end up destroying Hawaii’s health care laws.

“Some state officials are worried that if the federal government takes over the exchange, Hawaii’s 1974 Prepaid Health Care Act, requiring employers to provide health insurance for employees working at least 20 hours per week, will be abolished, and more people will become uninsured,” InsuranceNews.net reports.

Also, “an estimated $1 billion in federal funds for Medicaid is also in jeopardy if the technology used to determine eligibility for tax credits cannot connect to the federal marketplace by November, the start of open enrollment, Rachael Wong, director of the state Department of Human Services, which administers Medicaid, told board members,” InsuranceNews.net reports.

If “the Connector doesn’t have enough money to keep the state-based marketplace active, the federal government has the right to cut off Medicaid funding under the ACA. Medicaid, which serves more than 300,000 residents, costs more than $2 billion a year, about half of which is funded by the federal government and half by the state,” InsuranceNews.net reports.

Oregon, Massachusetts, Maryland, Vermont, New Mexico, and Nevada are also on the list of states that voted to elect Obama, then gave up on their state Obamacare programs after they turned out to be multi-million dollar failures.