My goodness … seriously?
MSNBC’s Alex Wagner’s ridiculous attempt to prove HealthCare.gov isn’t any more of a “failure” than heavily shopped retail stores on Black Friday was quickly straightened out:
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) December 2, 2013
@NowWithAlex Did the stores only let 10% in, tell them to come back in a month, and still not allow them to purchase something?
— Shane Styles (@shaner5000) December 2, 2013
— Andy Lancaster (@andylancaster) December 2, 2013
Only if the doors only let every 1000th person in, cash registers didn't work &ppl were fined for not purchasing. @NowWithAlex
— Josh (@JHillVA) December 2, 2013
@NowWithAlex that makes no sense
— Greg Pollowitz (@GPollowitz) December 2, 2013
@NowWithAlex Yeah, but Target actually let me in to see products and purchase them. They didn't leave me out front in a "queue"
— JaSchrein (@jaschrein) December 2, 2013
— A.J. Delgado (@AJDelgado13) December 2, 2013
.@NowWithAlex Under your lack of logic, every huge rock concert is a failure. It's not the lines, moron.
— Megawatt Herb Drench (@mdrache) December 2, 2013
@NowWithAlex except the entire point of a healthcare(dot)gov website is so we wouldn't have to wait
— nilgirian (@nilgirian) December 2, 2013
Wagner’s tweet can be summed up in two pictures:
— Stephen Green (@VodkaPundit) December 2, 2013
— Ben Howe (@BenHowe) December 2, 2013