Skip to comments.Revealed: How Obama considered SCRAPPING healthcare.gov website just 16 days after its launch
Posted on 02/27/2014 6:42:31 PM PST by gooblah
One day before the guffaw-inducing October 1 launch of the Obamacare program's healthcare.gov website, White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough was telling friends that 'when we turn it on tomorrow morning, we're gonna knock your socks off.'
Less than three weeks later, President Barack Obama asked McDonough whether it would ever be possible to make the website function reliably.
'Can it be patched and improved to work, or does it need to be scrapped to start over?' the top White House aide recalled the president asking him on October 17.
Obama 'wanted to know if this thing is salvageable,' he told Time magazine.
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Did he stamp his feet or did he lie face down banging his hands and feet on the floor ?
That was racist of him.
You guys are just jealous because LaNika got coverage for less than $100 per month...
Oh I’ll bet he was on the floor all right.........down on the floor on his damn islamic prayer rug screaming for allah to get him outta this mess.
And all he got was busy signals.
Wouldn't want the jack hole obama following the GOP’s lead would we.
Oh Ill bet he was on the floor all right.........down on the floor on his damn islamic prayer rug screaming for allah to get him outta this mess.
I kinda imagined him biting a pillow, actually.
Good find! Thanks!
He should have!
Say it aint so, Obunga told the world he wasn’t told of the Web Site issues “DIRECTLY” The Liar in Chief strikes again.
So, he had a brief moment of clarity but was able to get over it and return to despotism.
If I get a piece of the action You can keep your doctor
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