HealthCare.gov (@HealthCareGov) October 10, 2013
We’ll take “pitiful distractions” for $1,000, Alex!
HealthCare.gov continues to live up to the name “404care” with “unexpected” errors and blank white pages titled “Success URL.” Since people can’t actually buy Obamacare plans on the failure of an online marketplace, the administration decided to debut a window shopping tool that provides general premium estimates.
The good news? Chances are you can get to the website. The embarrassing news for the administration? It’s a dumbed down, less helpful version of eHealthInsurance.com.
Well, hey, as long as you don’t need to create an account this should be pretty useful, right? Wrong:
Will this silly tool placate the frustrated masses? Our crystal ball says, “Hells no.”
But … but … but … shiny new tool!