Hey, healthcare.gov - if you've had the same error on login all day, how is it an "unexpected" error?—
Jonathan Bernstein (@jbplainblog) October 09, 2013
Good question. But when has the Obama administration and its media bridesmaids ever passed up the chance to use the “unexpected” label for something totally expected?
After spending an unconscionable amount of tax money on the dysfunctional #404care website, it remains riddled with errors. And those errors? They’re not “unexpected” at all — the White House went Forward™! with the online marketplace despite warnings of flaws before the launch.
Shorter HealthCare.gov visitors: Unexpected, my ass.
I think the healthcare exchange should change the "Unexpected error" message to "Expected error." Who are they kidding?—
Robb (@RobbbsTweets) October 08, 2013
Heh. Don’t hold your breath.
Hey, a new error message from healthcare.gov
On Wednesday, HealthCare.gov recommended that frustrated Obamacare shoppers reach out via phone. Good luck with that: