http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...watch-delay-in-launch-spanish-language-sites/ That last piece of advice? Bad idea. The call centers are running over an hour behind. So much for "ready to roll out." This doesn't even touch on the other problems, such as suspicions the premiums quoted on the website are wrong, and uniformly they are displayed at a lower cost than what is carried on the paperwork that arrives after sign-up. This has been the case for 18 federally-run exchanges for states that refused to set up a state exchange, many of which went online two to three weeks ago. Also, individual costs of healthcare are said to likely increase dramatically. Last week, HHS proudly announced that the final premiums it’s decided on are lower than the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) had originally predicted. But though the prices are lower than the CBO had thought, both of those numbers are dramatically higher than what Americans currently pay. As predicted, the laughably named Affordable Care Act isn't, it doesn't work, and it will indeed reform the health care system -- for the worse -- regardless of those "sweetheart" rates you may have seen in preliminary information provided to you.