In the Rose Garden this morning the president stood in front of cameras and said ObamaCare is “not just a website,” it’s much more.
Mister Obama talked about the “underlying problems” found on healthcare.gov.
Since its October 1 rollout, the online registry for the ObamaCare health exchange has been beset by website glitches, long wait times, and clunky programming.
“You probably heard the new website where people can apply for health insurance and browse and buy affordable plans in most states hasn’t worked as smoothly as it was supposed to work,” the president conceded.
Underlying problems indeed! A report at the second link below tells of the celebration in Delaware when the first person finally enrolled in ObamaCare sixteen days after open enrollment began.
Outside web designers have called the structure and coding of the site as amateurish and sloppy.
The ObamaCare pitch in the Rose Garden by the president this morning was not very presidential. He sounded more like pitchman in a TV commercial. We kept waiting for him to say, “call now and we’ll double your order.”