Is healthcare.gov an example of what happens when the government forces itself into the private sector?
- MauriceLv 76 years agoFavorite Answer
Let's be fair here. This is only the most important legislation of Obama's presidency. And they "only" had 2+ years to get this ready, knowing that it would be a very high profile.
So given that, how can we expect anything less than a flawless rollout. What? That isn't what happened? What a disaster this will turn out to be. Half of the dems are scrambling to figure out who can fix this, the other half is figuring out how to blame republicans.
- SpookLv 76 years ago
This is just the tip of the iceberg, hang on tight because the ACA is a sled ride over a cliff without a parachute.
- sandplant16Lv 76 years ago
Maybe that website was set up by a private contract. What makes you think that in was done it house, that government employees designed the site? If they did that, they may know where they messed up.
- rogerLv 76 years ago
It is what happens when the government hires a private contractor to write software.
And too many people try to use it at the same time. (More popular than they thought...)
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- DustbindivaLv 76 years ago
Why are you trying to turn people against the whole concept of health care? Let the insurance exchanges proceed and then see if they are practical or not.
- Joe in texasLv 76 years ago
It is a perfect example that anything the government touches turns to poo
- MTR 2.0Lv 76 years ago
Look at how awful the internet is.
Just more proof that government can never do anything right.
- Mother HubbardLv 76 years ago
it's sabotage by private comanies
- 6 years ago