Wednesday, October 2, 2013

The Terrible, Horrible Health Insurance Exchanges That Americans Just Hate Were Over-run by Applicants

Well That Throws a Bucket of Slops Into the Republican Porridge

The Republicans are not fighting to the death because they are the ones who don’t like health care reform.  They are fighting the fight for the American people who hate and despise the idea that health insurance should be available to everyone regardless of their income.  And what could be more indicative of American hatred of the new law than this?

Oh, wait a minute. 

Insurance Markets Open Amid Heavy Volume and Delays

Luke Sharrett for The New York Times
Samantha Davis, an application counselor, helped Yagya Dahal research insurance coverage options on the first day of open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act at Jefferson Community and Technical College in Louisville, Ky., on Tuesday

OMG Someone is actually signing up for the Health Care Exchange - Don't Tell Ted Cruz It Will Just Ruin His Day

Heavy volume contributed to technical problems and delays that plagued the rollout Tuesday of the online insurance markets at the heart of President Obama’s health care law, according to state and federal officials, who were watching closely for clues to how well the system will work and how many people will take advantage of it.

Many people who tried to compare plans and shop for coverage, the federally run exchange that serves as the marketplace for residents of most states, met with messages citing high traffic and advising, “Please wait here until we send you to the login page” or “The system is down at the moment.” A state-run exchange in Maryland also posted a message saying it was “experiencing connectivity issues” and asking visitors to try again later.

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