Skip to comments.‘Please Wait’: New-and-Improved HealthCare.gov Has Same Old Problems
Posted on 12/04/2013 10:05:07 PM PST by grundle
After a glowing news conference yesterday citing night and day progress on HealthCare.gov, I decided to log in this morning and take the Web site for a test drive, as Im sure many others are doing. Early reports had been promising. What I found was hardly encouraging long delays loading pages, an endless circle of tasks (some already completed) and ultimately an error message.
The load-time issues (sometimes more than a minute) reminded me of the problems users encountered in the very first days of the Web site, which handles health insurance enrollment for residents of 36 states. It also appears to contradict what Health and Human Services officials said had been fixed.
I finally hit a wall I could not jump over the error message:
(Excerpt) Read more at propublica.org ...
at five years and counting the Obama administration operates like this
how did we expect Obamacare to operate any differently in less than six years
well..., we didn’t
I think Obama flunked out of Community Organizer College
You know, a foreign agent would try agit-prop, create dissension, try to foster civil strife, ensnare a country in unrecoverable debt, poison its military with liberal causes, and lie to confuse public trust.
At a very minimum. If he was trying to destroy a country.
I heard a report this evening that some people who ran into trouble were asked to call in later when it was not so busy and were offered the option of being reminded at a good time. About half the people who marked that option did call back.
“This is not the fix you’re looking for.”
“Sorry, theres a problem with our system”
Hah! Their English grammar is as screwed up as their Java ...
The real problem, though, isn’t the broken website.
The real problem is the crappy product they’re “selling”. 0bamacare is a deadly ripoff, imposed at gunpoint on a previously free people.