Americans are being greeted by a message that announces “success.” Sure, it’s just the word “success” in the title or URL of a blank page, but, you know, baby steps.
This is listed as the success URL…only took 30 minutes, 4 login attempts denied and 45 minutes to et here! pic.twitter.com/jGHvqZs5Up
— Tim McNamara (@Timtherockman) October 6, 2013
If ever there was a metaphor for the Obama administration and its failed health care overhaul …
— Fred Fwizz (@FredFwizz) October 7, 2013
— Fred Fwizz (@FredFwizz) October 8, 2013
now it's just taking me to a blank website called "success URL"… progress? #Obamacare
— sue (@sue36) October 8, 2013
— Sarah Palermo (@SPalermoNH) October 7, 2013
I keep getting the "success url" white page after log in, and creating a new account fails due to security answer format. @HealthCareGov
— Bill Arceneaux ( … ) (@billreviews) October 7, 2013
Tried logging in to my http://t.co/zHf6aWd9Q8 account. The tab at the top of my browser now says "success URL." The screen is blank -_-
— Tyler Carson (@TyCarsonOhio) October 4, 2013
Meme it, baby!
Reminder from the DNC: It’s not just a success. It’s an “out-of-the-box success.”
— The Democrats (@TheDemocrats) October 4, 2013