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Website Woes Not Worst Problems

October 17, 2013

Don’t give up on the Obamacare website, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius urged Ohioans during a visit to the state on Wednesday....

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Oct-19-13 8:30 PM

Former Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs, “When they get it fixed, I hope they fire some people that were in charge of making sure that this thing was supposed to work,” said Gibbs, usually a defender of the Obama administration. “We knew there were going to be glitches, right? But these were glitches that go, quite frankly, way beyond the pale of what should be expected.” (via Washington Post).

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Oct-19-13 6:34 PM

From NBC News, "Sebelius will be a no-show at Obamacare hearing By Kristen Welker, NBC News White House Correspondent"

Yeah, I guess if I was embarrassed by a fellow liberal (Jon Stewart)like Sebelius was the other night, I'd hide in the basement too!!

Obama was offered the gift of a 1 year ACA implementation delay but of course his ego wouldn't allow that! It will be interesting to see how it turns out!

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Oct-18-13 8:28 PM

If a project manager in the real world spent $600 million on a new product roll out and couldn't tell the board how many people purchased the product in the first day (let alone the first week), they would be fired!!

Govt doesn't have to be accountable to anyone! Just tax more, borrow more or print more! Sooner or later (probably sooner), we will run out of other people's money to spend, interest rates will rise, or the reality of quantitative easing will come home to roost!

Website problems will certainly be the least of our woes by then!

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Oct-18-13 9:41 AM

"Obamacare - Don't Give Up!" LOL, where's my bumper sticker?

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Oct-17-13 10:47 AM

Wow, RockE. Maybe we'd better shut down that unpopular Medicaid D Bush disaster. Oh, wait a minute, Obama INCLUDED it in his Obamascam tax bill. No wonder Barry's version is so popular. It has more "hope and change" in it... Derrrrrr.....

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Oct-17-13 6:12 AM



Exceedingly xpensive to taxpayers!

Subsidies doled out for purchasing plans from private insurers!

Many already with coverage required to switch to this new scheme!

Resulting..millions unable to pay for their prescriptions the '06 debut of Dubya's Medicaid D when 21% of the nation had a positive opinion of it. contrast to the 35% positive opinion of the Affordable Care Act this past spring.

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