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Jon Favreau, a former director of speechwriting for President Obama, complained that the wi-fi connections on his flights haven’t been working as the airline promised (that sound so familiar). Actor Kal Penn, a friend to the Obama administration, nevertheless couldn’t help but take a shot at HealthCare.gov: @jonfavs it'll work by Dec 1st— Kal Penn […]
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Giving the HealthCare.gov “gauntlet” another run.
Cold hard truth.
It’s December — that means HealthCare.gov is fixed, right? White House spokesman Jay Carney wasn’t quite comfortable hanging a “Mission Accomplished” banner, but he did say the administration had passed an “important milestone” in getting the site up and running for the vast majority of Americans. Heck, the repair team is even “operating at private […]
So, you want to know what the government is doing to “fix” the unmitigated disaster that is HealthCare.gov? Sorry. That’s just not something that can be shared with the unwashed masses. Even CBS’s Sharyl Attkisson, a representative of a major mainstream news organization, can’t have a peek at the actual “fix sites” where all the king’s […]
A suggested new “system overloaded” screen for HealthCare.gov by way of Photoshopper extraordinaire @Matthops82: Did anyone else get this screen when trying to log onto Healthcare.gov? http://t.co/AtVA9NyixO— Matt (@Matthops82) December 02, 2013 Ha! Those could be eight transport helicopters and they still wouldn’t be able to get that weight off the ground.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services scheduled a conference call to provide an update on the progress of the HealthCare.gov website. People who dialed into the call were kept waiting 40 minutes: Hopefully it's not a web conference. RT @PhilipAKlein: CMS call currently running 30 minutes late.— David Henry (@imau2fan) December 02, 2013 CMS […]
Sally Kohn tweeted out double absurdity today. So, there was that tweet: Work shmork! Who needs it? MT"@sallykohn:You don't need to work." Is MSNBC holding a contest for dumbest tweet? Or pandering to the base?— Bill VanGlahn (@billvanglahn) December 02, 2013 Zing! Unintentional honesty from Ms. Kohn? That was a double-down on idiocy after this […]