, the national Obamacare website, has been up (and down) for a full week now, but despite a weekend of maintenance, the site is still broken, as plenty of citizens have testified with screen captures. The president himself has admitted to the site having a few startup “glitches,” but as Jonah Goldberg notes, “glitchy” doesn’t quite describe what’s going on. If a site doesn’t do what it’s supposed to do for perhaps millions of visitors, it’s broken, not glitchy. How can we put this?

Shall we compare the Obamacare launch to a train wreck? It is more glitchy and aflame.

Hold on … has Iowahawk discovered the root of the problem?