by Onan Coca
Democrats and the liberal media alike have been trumpeting the relaunch of the Obamacare website, hoping that if the system works now everyone will forget that it should have been working two months ago. The Obama administration has been hyping up the reworked site and throwing all of the positive synonyms at it that they can — but the question is — have they fixed the site?
The intrepid morning team at CNN were the first to take an on-air crack at the website, and wonders of wonders… it fell flat on its face.
The continual problems with the website prompted this great tweet from the brilliant Pat Sajak.
On MSNBC, things didn’t get much better for the Obamacare site. MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall was working hard to get a positive spin on the site out of her guests when she turned to tech expert and small business owner Luke Chung.
“I’m really hoping as a user and taxpayer that the system works properly. You know, as of today I still haven’t been able to log into the system because it’s been too busy,” software programming business owner Luke Chung. “So, I’m not sure about the changes they’ve made.”
This shocking admission would be damning enough, but Hall interrupted to make the segment even more consequential.
“Was this your first time trying to get on the website?” Hall asked incredulously.
“I’ve been trying since the weekend,” Chung replied, generously interpreting Hall’s to question to be, “Was this your first time trying to get on the website [Since the White House’s self-imposed November 30th deadline passed]?”
Chung said that he saw the website added some unsubsidized example of policy pricing for users to peruse, but he was never able to log into the system.
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