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Thursday, October 10, 2013

ObamaCare website still not-very-functional

Equality is essential to good government.  Nevermind that ObamaCare requires inequality between people  -- the assumption is that we have to be told what to do by a superior from the government.  How did we become the lesser people who are inferior to the political class?  How did the Democratic Party get this far off message?

"Government has a long history of spending money unnecessarily. But in an age when the U.S. is home to the world's largest, most successful Internet companies, how is it possible that we can't even manage to build a functional website without blowing though hundreds of millions of dollars?" - Digital Trends
 
Truer words may have never been spoken. But in that same breath, the colossal failure of the ObamaCare website may be a sort of "golden fleece" -- provided that grassroots Americans are smart enough to realize it.

With experts calling Healthcare.Healthcare.gov "the digital equivalent of a rock," the signs couldn't be clearer. ObamaCare simply isn't ready for primetime -- and it's not going to get any better.

Nowadays you have to wait to sign up for health care.  Later on, you'll have to wait for the health care itself. Government is a screw up; big government is a big screw up.  This particular expansion of government power at the expense of free people is going to have lethal consequences.

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Past complaints about ObamaCare
  1. “death panels" (yes, they're in there)
  2. compulsory cancellation of existing coverage (which you picked out because it suited you)
  3. violations of religious liberty
  4. automatic and foreseeable conversion of full-time careers into part-time jobs. 

This list could go on, but I am sick of it. 

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