Skip to comments.Are ObamaCare Websites Being Sabotaged?
Posted on 10/18/2013 9:01:23 AM PDT by gaggs
Im just throwing this out there. Could some disaffected citizen or group be sabotaging ObamaCare websites? Why would a website that took over 600 million dollars and 3 years to develop not work? It just doesnt make sense. Perhaps the glitches are the result of a computer virus called FUXNET created by a cyber patriot. Cyber patriot that term should piss off the liberals reading this.
The following was reported by Lame Cherry:
FUXNET is a most interesting creation as the basis of it is, it activates when using the Obamacare sign up and in all other instances it simply lays dormant.
I can not go into details nor would I in assisting the dismantling of this virus put into place by MIC to liberate Americans from the regime, but I will mention aspects of this to explain its far reaching effects.
FUXNET is such a virus, that it can not be detected. If it were attempted to be removed, it would literally shut down the computer operating system.
That is why the regime shut down Obamacare the first weekend and admitted they were trying to gut the system as it is embedded.
Read more: http://www.commonsenseevaluation.com/2013/10/18/obamacare-website-sabotaged/#sthash.mlbYPfB1.dpuf
No. They just suck. Like ObamaCare itself.
You trying to the Dem’s idea’s?
I knew it wouldn’t take long to declare it to be Bush’s fault...
Lamecherry can be quite entertaining. But democrats are quite capable of bringing their own STD’s. And other dysfunctional stuff.
Let’s see if they bite on this.
Are those the same guys that sabotaged the windmills and the solar energy companies and all of Obama’s other “failures”?
Those weren’t failures. He got what he intended, which was to shovel out money to his cronies, increase the debt, and get big contributions in return.
There’s plenty of evidence that the incompetent company that was hired to do Obamacare is run by similar cronies. And there’s some speculation that he wanted it to fail, like everything else, so he could bring down the whole medical system and install single payer as the only way out.
nope, the hackers were trying to fix it, they were that embarrassed
That's like English; only different.
Could it just be that the contract was awarded as a political favor instead of competency?
It does seem amazing that they didn’t do a much better job at this. But, look at it this way, this was the only major thing the Obama-ites did on their own. We always said they were a bunch of ideologues with no real world experience, yet so stuck on themselves they think they know everything.
It’s sort of like if you let your 12 year old remodel the kitchen.
Not now, but the site should be a sitting duck for virus attacks.
Obamanation computers are just as incompetent as Obama.
What do you expect from a liberal government?
My thoughts exactly. I read it three times and noticed that my head was starting to hurt....
Still they had 3 years to get it right. A high School kid could do a better job.
Amusing possibility, but I doubt it. They have already admitted there were no Beta tests - Nope, Obamacare 1.0 is just a step to Single Payer 4.0, however long it takes to ram that through. They think we the Peasants are so stupid as to believe that this is just an unfortunate bit of problems that can be resolved soon. Once we get to the Single Payer system, then Barry & the Kids will be so happy & have what they always wanted for those they despise most (guess who). No one who truly loves America would have wished any of this on anyone. The apologists who point out the “good” in Obamacare - PULEEZ, grow up. Staying on your parents insurance because there are no jobs out there for you???? A special program could have been developed to help people with catastrophic illnesses. The entire medical system is thrown out for what ??? This all about the CHAOS - no one in the Soetoro Regime ever intended to improved ANYTHING.
Because the money went to Obama supporters and donors, not to building the website.
Developed by ACORN!
Over at /. (Slashdot.org), some people looked at the java script that downloads on the client web browser. The code is VERY incomplete with a lot of “to do” stubs still in place. And LOTS of bugs. This is amateur hour.
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