Latest ObamaCare Fail: “We (Maybe) Didn’t Build That”


by Spencer Brown

Is it a surprise? No.

Was it expected? Not exactly.

From the administration that brought you the Fast and Furious gun running scandal, the IRS discriminatory targeting of conservative groups, and the Benghazi coverup, there’s a new “whoopsie” for the President to deal with, and it hits close to home.

The Affordable Care Act has been hashed and rehashed by everyone who hasn’t recently emerged from a 30-year coma, probably (and unfortunately) including your great aunt Beatrice. So as must of us know, the implementation of the universal healthcare “kum-by-yah” plans has come to a screeching halt. Very few people have even been able to register and buy plans on the newly-minted healthcare exchanges, and these problems have been a definite black eye (or, at least the most recent) for ObamaCare.

So, you may ask, how can the administration that has made technology a major focus with twitter townhalls and Google+ hangouts experience such an epic fail when it comes to the creation of a website?

The answer: Blame Britain.

Yup, some of our tea loving neighbors across the pond may be the actual source of many of the problems the healthcare exchange websites are experiencing.

No, I don’t think this is an attempt by the Queen or the United Kingdom to subvert our nation in order to regain control of the rowdy colonies – any subversion in this instance fall to President Obama.

This latest ObamaCare fail is to be blamed only on President Obama and his band of healthcare cronies, especially Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius. It was up to these people to market the healthcare plan to the American people, and make the plans we are now required to have easily accessible, and of course, affordable.

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