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Media admits: if Obamacare isn't fixed in one month, 'panic' will ensue

Discussion in 'Political Debate & Discussion' started by poncho, Oct 13, 2013.

  1. poncho

    poncho Well-Known Member

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    The mainstream media is reluctantly coming around to the reality that the Healthcare.gov Obamacare exchange is fatally broken. At the same time, the media is also pushing a new story that claims mid-November is the "new deadline" for fixing what they call "Obamacare glitches." See Reuters for an example.

    The media is, of course, just as delusional about Obamacare as Obama worshippers themselves. Consider these three points:

    1) The media is lying to you when they describe the problems with Healthcare.gov as "glitches." In reality, the website suffers from disastrously failed computer code, critically flawed architecture and an astonishing lack of quality control testing. These cannot be fixed with "patches" or "updates" as the media is pretending.

    2) It is now abundantly clear from my code analysis of the client-side Javascript that Healthcare.gov needs to be scrapped and redesigned from the start. That is at least a three-year project. Fixing the current code would probably take 3 - 5 years. Yet the absolute hard deadline for all this working is less than 3 months away: January 1, 2014. There is zero chance it will be fully functioning by January 1, 2014.

    3) As a result, the IRS will be fining Americans for not purchasing a mandatory insurance product which they are unable to purchase because the government-run exchange system is broken. This is, of course, the epitome of failed government, reaching Orwellian heights of absurdity.
     
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