Yes, It’s Time for Yet Another Obamacare Rollout Calamity Update

And we have quite a lot of ground to cover. A poll indicates that seventy percent of American voters want a delay of the individual mandate. I am frankly surprised that the number is not higher. There has been a lot of talk about extending the enrollment period. Insurance companies don't like that idea, because it …

Stop Me Before I Post Derisive Snark about the Obamacare Rollout Again!

I am really doing my best to try to keep this blog from turning into All Obamacare Rollout All The Time, but . . . well . . . this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UPw-3e_pzqU Sigh. Again, it is worth remembering that we were told by the president and by other supporters of the Affordable Care Act that if …

World Leaders Deploy Obamacare Registration as Planetary Defense Mechanism

WASHINGTON (PejmanYousefzadeh.net)--In a rare example of international cooperation, world leaders announced that they had constructed a space-based defense system for the Earth that is designed to prevent an alien attack and conquest of the planet. The system is meant to frustrate assaults from other worlds by forcing aliens to register for Obamacare in order to …

The Obamacare Rollout Calamity Continues to Be Calamitous

Oh dear: The president of the United States did not have the first clue that the health insurance exchange websites were utterly non-functional and were going to turn into a national joke. Also, the Obama administration was apparently unaware of the fact that "the contractors and agencies responsible" for the Obamacare websites did not have "their …

Continuing Obamacare Follies

This is just horrible: Insurers say the federal health-care marketplace is generating flawed data that is straining their ability to handle even the trickle of enrollees who have gotten through so far, in a sign that technological problems extend further than the website traffic and software issues already identified. Emerging errors include duplicate enrollments, spouses …

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