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 Obamacare Is All Fixed Now Day!
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) November 30, 2013
What did you do to celebrate “Obamacare Is All Fixed Now Day”? Try to sign in to your account?
I went to the obamacare website to see if it works yet at all. After I answered the state where I lived, I got Error Unavailabe
— Keith Martin (@Keith_Martin2) November 30, 2013
We’re sure the vast majority of Americans didn’t have that problem.
@HealthCareGov Same error I have been getting since launch: … "our verification system is temporarily unavailable." Over 50 times.
— Eric Hardman (@ERHardman) November 30, 2013
— Jean Evans (@mojeanevans) November 30, 2013
— Abel Iraola (@miamiabel) November 30, 2013
— travis abrams (@travisabrams) November 30, 2013
— Red Nation Rising (@RedNationRising) November 30, 2013
All websites have glitches now and then. Will this be the administration’s new talking point?
Nov.30th http://t.co/gStjuAmcH1 should b running smooth..but..websites(Like twitter)hav problems so>Nov.30th is not a deadline U fckwits..
— ? vickie? (@ladyvictoria8) November 30, 2013
Here’s a prediction that’s almost certain to come true:
Watch in wonderment as "vast majority of users" is subtly defined downward
— John Podhoretz (@jpodhoretz) November 30, 2013