And all's that needed done was a little upgrade tweak to existing system prgrams already found in every local givverment services office across the U.S.SICK CALL: O'bama bundler Anthony Weltersí firm owns the company picked to repair the health Web site.
The couple then became top donors for Obamaís inauguration festivities, kicking in $100,000 out of their own pockets and bundling another $300,000 from friends and business associates, according to the center.
The investments quickly paid off for Beatrice Welters. The Obama administration tapped her in 2009 for the plum job of US ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, which she held through last November.
The couple have been frequent guests at the White House.
Visitors logs show at least a dozen visits between the two by the end of 2012, the most recent information available.
The entire Welters family has gotten into the donation game.
The Welters, along with their sons, Andrew and Bryant, have contributed more than $258,000 to mostly Democratic candidates and committees since 2007.
Whatís more, UnitedHealth Group is one of the largest health-insurance companies in the country and spent millions lobbying for ObamaCare.
The insurance giantís purchase of QSSI in 2012 raised eyebrows on Capitol Hill, but the tech firm nevertheless kept the job of building the data hub for the ObamaCare Web site where consumers buy the new mandatory health-≠insurance plans.
QSSI has been paid an estimated $150 million so far, but officials couldnít say how much more the company might collect on the ≠repair contract.
Makes one wonder how much money O'bama and the democrats have stolen already.
People would've already had actual verifiable, indentifiable via far more secure means with out breaching HIPPA violations or the Constitution-to options of affordable care, should they choose to-rather than being communistically forced to pay yet MORE for an already beleagured and bloated system.