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Weren’t nearly 10 out of 10 supposed to save up to $2,500?
A brief look at day-one of HealthCare.gov.
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.
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 http://t.co/N2NRmL9QZm? pic.twitter.com/AtVA9NyixO — Matt (@Matthops82) December 2, 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 2, 2013 […]
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 2, 2013 Zing! Unintentional honesty from Ms. Kohn? That was a double-down on idiocy after […]
According to the Obama administration, the private sector was doing such a lousy job of administering health insurance that the government had to get involved. Now the team in charge of trying to make the government program work is, according to a CMS report, bragging about working at nearly the same speed and effectiveness as […]
Wait, what? That can’t be! HHS told us that the revamp of HealthCare.gov has resulted in “dramatic improvement.” Mission accomplished and all! Period. Not according to attempted users of the website, however. The “fixed” HealthCare.gov site is still full of fail. So much for my testing the http://t.co/e8l5ofo6Dm site: An error occurred while processing your […]
Snort-worthy. As Twitchy reported, the debacle known as HealthCare.gov was “revamped” and is supposed to be working for the “vast majority” of people. Except, you know, it’s still causing headaches. But, hey! Tout it as a total success anyway, right Obama administration? What’s another lie? Period. JUST RELEASED: HHS reports “dramatic progress” in fixing health […]
Yes, it’s Vast Majority Day, the day when HealthCare.gov should work smoothly for the “vast majority” of Americans. Of course, that’s not the official name for Nov. 30, the “drop-dead” date by which the “glitches” were to have been ironed out of the broken website. Happy #Obamacaid *Drop-Dead* Day! ~ pic.twitter.com/PNLMa6qOCf — Adam Baldwin (@AdamBaldwin) […]
Today is the administration’s self-imposed deadline to roll out a properly functioning HealthCare.gov website. Is the site now free of those “glitches” that kept so many from being able to sign up? Now that poor HealthCare.gov Splash Page Stock Photo Girl has long gone missing, Caleb Howe has the perfect replacement model. @CalebHowe Too funny! Are […]
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius posted a list of tips to finding insurance in a piece at the Huffington Post today, urging Americans to #GetCovered. The tips were also tweeted out by the official HHS account. Please RT these 5 #GetCovered shopping tips for for the holiday season: http://t.co/LNb6GkBU7e, pic.twitter.com/wBNk8X8uNr — HHS.gov (@HHSGov) […]
Laughable spin from the masters of deception at ThinkProgress.
We all know that HealthCare.gov is not just “glitchy” but terribly broken. Investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson has examined internal emails sent in the week leading up to the Oct. 1 launch of the site and found numerous internal concerns, including questions about “rapid degradation” and “immediate crashing” under performance testing. Govt. project mgr. Henry Chao […]
That’s one way to undo the train wreck that is HealthCare.gov.
Another HealthCare.gov truther.
White House spokesman Jay Carney confirmed today that the White House has lowered the bar of success for HealthCare.gov. “Technical difficulties” and other problems will keep 2 out of 10 Americans from signing up through the site, once it’s up and running like it’s supposed to, which is supposed to happen by the end of […]
The Almighty might not appreciate being dragged into the mess that is the Obamacare rollout, but Joe Biden has promised that HealthCare.gov would be repaired with some help from on high. Today, according to a pool report, Biden made God part of the administration’s “tech surge”: They bitterly cling to their website and religion. RT […]
Nov. 31? We see what you did there, Mr. Sajak. If you like that date, you can keep that date. But what’s happening until then? OMG, just spotted Alec Baldwin! Going to snap a few iPhone shots. Sure he won't mind. — Pat Sajak (@patsajak) November 16, 2013 We’d recommend waiting until you’ve signed up […]
Two fruit loops short of a full bowl.
New math on the block: Donnie Wahlberg’s estimate about share of HealthCare.gov expense a little off; Updated
It’s the thought that counts, right? https://twitter.com/DonnieWahlberg/status/401440248909291522 Update: Wahlberg deleted the above tweet, but Twitchy is forever: If that were correct, the total might be closer to resembling the total final cost of the Obamacare train wreck: @DonnieWahlberg Uh, because that would be 600 quadrillion dollars? — Gary Schare (@gschare) November 15, 2013 Update: Submitted […]
There’s a shining endorsement.
Goodbye Adriana, hello Vader-guy!
Wow, many people can now successfully create an account on HealthCare.gov? Considering the site went live on Oct. 1, that doesn’t seem like much of an upgrade. We suppose you take good news where you can get it, but really? This is good news? @HealthCareGov yay — Cameron Smith (@cameronnjsmith) November 12, 2013 .@healthcaregov HAHAHA! […]
Zing! We wondered why we hadn’t heard anything yet about HealthCare.gov being fixed and ready to rock. @patsajak AHA!! That explains it! They've been sniffing mimeograph fluid! — Susan (@VoiceofaPatriot) November 12, 2013 @patsajak You know only us older guys are going to know what mimeograph fluid is. They took a pint of it out […]
Just yesterday, President Obama jokingly revealed that he’d like to fix the broken HealthCare.gov website himself, “but I don’t write code.” Last month, it was Microsoft’s Internet Explorer team that tweeted (and then deleted) an offer to help the government fix HealthCare.gov. Earlier this week, a similar offer came from an even more unusual source: the […]
An email to Fox News’ Bret Baier, read aloud on tonight’s “Special Report,” received an overwhelming response from viewers who asked for it to be posted online. “Bill from Kentucky” put the Obamacare debacle into stark perspective with his comparison to the United States’ ability to fight World War II in less time than it […]