Skip to comments.Design Firm Removes All Reference To Its Work On Obamacare From Its Website
Posted on 10/17/2013 3:16:22 PM PDT by don-o
WASHINGTON Visit the website of Michigan-based design firm Teal Media today and youd never know designers there helped create HealthCare.gov, the troubled online portal for Obamacare.
Just a few days ago, the site looked very different. Teal Medias homepage featured its work on Obamacare prominently, placing a link to the firms work on one of the most well-known websites in America front and center. Now that link, as well as the page devoted to Teals work on HealthCare.gov, have been removed.
(Excerpt) Read more at buzzfeed.com ...
I’m not surprised. A lot of people will have blank spots in their resumes where work on this project is ought to be.
Ford motor Company doesn’t use the words “Edsel” or “Pinto” much anymore, either
Wouldn't this be considered evidence tampering?
Great find, crony capitalism the Chicago way.
What’s Obama gonna put on his resume for 2009-2016?
Looks like they cleansed the cached version as well.
They must have hired the same people who worked on Romney’s ORCA Project.
Especially if they work in QA. It would be better to just say they went on a drug binge for a few years.
WE won’t forget Teal Media.
It wasn’t me, it was some guy hiding behind a tree.
How much did they receive for the work they did? Do the American people get a refund????
“Supported anus cracking since the 70’s”
He needs to be slapped with a messy burrito in that picture.
Should be: “Bastard is a failure...”
I’m glad I was able to identify this bad behavior by Teal Media and tip BuzzFeed to follow up.
This is my second national story find using Google cache.
My first big one was ArcXIX, the guy of DailyKos fame that said that Sarah Palin was not the mother of Trig...
Any reason you did not want to give FR an exclusive in this? We could use the exposure.
Stories like this get more legs if can get left leaning media to run with them.
Still opportunity for FR to find out who in HHS gave the order to take down the Teal Media web pages and whether/which laws were broken.
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