Sebilius says healthcare.gov "dramatically improved" but urges off-peak usage

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  1. thisnumbersdisconnected

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    Yeah, it's "fixed," I'm sure.

    How many believe they would be one of the "everyone's" that it doesn't work smoothly for?
     
  2. Don

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    Wonder how far the conversation would go if we were talking about roads, or other government-provided "utilities"....
     
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    So they did the cosmetic surgery, but didn't treat the internal injuries? And they call it "fixed"?
     
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    And then there's this ...

    They claim to have fixed over 400 "bugs" and increased capacity to handle 800,000 users a day. They say it is "night and day from what it was."

    Notice, that doesn't say "better than what it was." Think there might be a reason for that?
     

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