A brief look at day-one of HealthCare.gov.
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Moving at the speed of snail.
Doing the work the MSM refuses to do
What? Down again? Say it ain’t so. Local WashDC NBC says that http://t.co/lpMJuoqINR is "down for maintenance." — Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) March 31, 2014 Yep. As Twitchy reported, HealthCare.Gov was down again this morning just in time for deadline day! http://t.co/GBJpi7IYeI is down for maintenance on deadline day. Be patient America. 6 months to fix […]
This afternoon, White House senior communications advisor Tara McGuinness noted that comedy site FunnyorDie.com was the number one source of referrals to HealthCare.gov, thanks to President Obama’s prerecorded interview with comedian and actor Zach Galifianakis. Now, the Department of Health and Human Services is reporting that its number one source of referrals garnered 19,000 clicks through to […]
We’ve seen HealthCare.gov and the various state insurance marketplaces try to ply the younger demographic with singing animals, “brosurance” and “hosurance,” and even ‘NSync. They might want to leave mom out of it, though — she doesn’t like Obamacare either. Mom tattoos are sweet, but she'd probably prefer you #GetCovered at http://t.co/CCIiQwHWvc: pic.twitter.com/IhqvOFeN9L — HHS.gov […]
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa has voted to pass H.R. 3811. The bill would “require the Administration to notify consumers when their personal information has been compromised on HealthCare.gov”: READ MORE about how H.R. 3811 helps protect your personal information: http://t.co/ung2xPtq3O — Darrell Issa (@DarrellIssa) January 13, 2014 Concerned citizens have […]
Beautiful brain power.
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 […]
There’s a slight difference.
Giving the HealthCare.gov “gauntlet” another run.