— I Know Nothing (@HilliardPatriot) October 10, 2013
The Obama administration continues to humiliate itself with the launch of the online health insurance marketplace.
For some Obamacare shoppers visiting HealthCare.gov, the “Success URL” is a blank white page, login attempts return an “unexpected error,” and the identity verification process is pretty sure you’re dead. Even after it was taken offline for “improvements,” many found week two of HealthCare.gov worse than week one.
This week, 404care truly earned its nickname: For some shoppers, even the “server down” webpage returns a “404 Not Found” message. That’s right, the page letting you know HealthCare.gov is broken … is broken.
Oh man http://t.co/8r2nTD0lKx's "server down" page just 404'd on me that is so gloriously inept it circles back to amazing.
— Regular Tobi (@Revieloutionne) October 8, 2013
Error message sums up current http://t.co/r3JFxxBsZa state of affairs: "The requested URL /serverdown.html was not found."
— akkrumel (@akkrumel) October 8, 2013
— James Kimo Percy (@HockeyDadKimo) October 7, 2013
I got past the initial page… only to find “The requested URL /serverdown.html was not found.” @HealthCareGov
— Jeff Lundberg (@jefflundberg) October 7, 2013
— Ben Bates (@CryptisionMedia) October 9, 2013
— Spectrum (@spectrumthepony) October 10, 2013
Hahaha, can't even log into the http://t.co/DNGbjasnOo website…days later. What a joke. "Serverdown.html not found."
— El Duderino (@The_Real_Sparky) October 8, 2013
Stop your whining, guys. It’s probably just “poor Internet signals and wrong computer settings.” And besides:
Silly racist Republicans, just cuz Obama can't manage a website doesn't mean he can't manage your health care. Go burn a cross and shut up.
— John Nolte (@NolteNC) October 12, 2013