Is Obamacare ever going to work – Both the plan and the website?
According to Natural News, the White House has promised that Healthcare.gov will be functioning properly by the Nov. 30 deadline.
Reports are already coming in that, despite putting an “A-team” of technicians on the case, the site has so many problems that are proving difficult to resolve that making the deadline just isn’t going to happen.
As reported by The Washington Post:
Software problems with the federal online health insurance marketplace, especially in handling high volumes, are proving so stubborn that the system is unlikely to work fully by the end of the month as the White House has promised, according to an official with knowledge of the project.
The insurance exchange is balking when more than 20,000 to 30,000 people attempt to use it at the same time – about half its intended capacity, said the official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to disclose internal information. And CGI Federal, the main contractor that built the site, has succeeded in repairing only about six of every 10 of the defects it has addressed so far.
As noted by the Post:
This inside view of the halting nature of HealthCare.gov repairs is emerging as the insurance industry is working behind the scenes on contingency plans, in case the site continues to have problems. And it calls into question the repeated assurances by the White House and other top officials that the insurance exchange will work smoothly for the vast majority of Americans by Nov. 30. Speaking in Dallas a week ago, President Obama said that the “Web site is already better than it was at the beginning of October, and by the end of this month, we anticipate that it is going to be working the way it is supposed to.”
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36 states use the Healthcare.gov online exchange, but the underlying computer code powering Healthcare.gov is absolutely nightmarish in its ineptitude. John McAfee, many other highly experienced computer experts and I have all gone public with our assertions that Healthcare.gov has a near-zero chance of functioning smoothly by January 1, 2014, the deadline when Americans are supposed to have purchased insurance or face IRS fines.
The realization that Healthcare.gov can’t possibly function by January 1 means, in essence, that Republicans have already won the battle over Obamacare if they could only manage not to somehow get blamed for the impending collapse of it. Given that Democrats have a near-monopoly over the mainstream media, however, Republicans will be blamed by default no matter what goes wrong.
The usual suspects in government have so far failed to admit to the existence of any real problems underlying Healthcare.gov. HHS secretary Kathleen Sebelius, reaching new heights of delusional thinking, even says the site is “open for business!” Indeed, it’s open for business in precisely the same way that a brand-new 100-story hotel with no plumbing, no electricity and no toilets is open for business.
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