Second verse, same as the first.
It’s been over a week since the Obama administration kicked off HealthCare.gov and Obamacare shoppers are still unable to find out what’s in it. Visitors to the marketplace website have been thwarted by identity verification issues and plagued by unnavigable system errors.
The site, www.healthcare.gov, was out of order until mid-morning Tuesday, creating another big public relations headache for the Obama administration’s efforts to get 7 million people or more signed up for health insurance coverage that will start as on January 1.
Some users reported trouble logging on even after the fix. It wasn’t immediately clear how well it worked.
Let us be clear:
@HealthCareGov Took a week to get in just to create account, verified email, now won't let me go any further, just brings up a blank page.
— Cattituude (@Cattituude) October 8, 2013
— Steven Spencer (@webdesign_wpb) October 8, 2013
— Kimmie D (@KimmieinNH) October 8, 2013
— Charles Ornstein (@charlesornstein) October 8, 2013
— Dale Meyer (@MeyerDale) October 8, 2013
I attempted to look at the health insurance rates for "Obamacare" but the website was currently down. Hmm…??? #october8th
— Curt P (@milwaukeecurt) October 8, 2013
— Laurie Lombrozo (@lorieekeet) October 8, 2013
— Steve Friess (@SteveFriess) October 8, 2013
— Patrick Terpstra (@PatrickTerpstra) October 8, 2013
— Gene Ramsay (@Gene_Ramsay) October 8, 2013
— Chip (@cyamas) October 8, 2013
Spin from the Obama administration? The system worked!
— Diane Rehm: On My Mind (@drshow) October 8, 2013
El oh freakin’ el:
— Beth Smith (@BethSmithOH) October 8, 2013
— !nt3rn3tsnip3r كافر (@InternetSniper) October 8, 2013