Health Exchanges Open, With Glitches

Health Exchanges Open, With Glitches

There are 71 comments on the Wall Street Journal story from Oct 1, 2013, titled Health Exchanges Open, With Glitches. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

The health-insurance marketplaces at the center of President Barack Obama 's health law saw a surge of consumer interest Tuesday that surprised even many of the law's backers.

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“Make America Great Again”

Since: Jun 07

Bring Obama Back!

#24 Oct 2, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>You must have been tea bagged your entire libtard life growing up. I have Blue Cross and Blue Shield and I have been all over those obama care web sites helping crash them. LOL!
You’re really stupid enough to believe that you logging on to a website is what is causing it to crash, LOL… Hey fool, you are just one of millions who is logging on, the difference is that everyone else is applying for health care coverage… and they are getting insurance. You’re an insignificant flea with nothing else to do but think that you’re doing something.
Law and Order

United States

#25 Oct 2, 2013
If a majority of the people refuse to signup for this socialist program, then the law will fail and become unenforceable. In 2 days Ct had a whopping 167 people inquire about obamacare, out of 3+ million residents. And to think this state is run by Socialist progressives.

Maybe there is a little common sense in CT after all, people are finally waking up and seeing the muslim lovin Marxist for what he really is, a control freak who hates the U.S.Constitution and our Bill of Rights.

WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#26 Oct 2, 2013
Marine Corp Pat wrote:
<quoted text>
You’re really stupid enough to believe that you logging on to a website is what is causing it to crash, LOL… Hey fool, you are just one of millions who is logging on, the difference is that everyone else is applying for health care coverage… and they are getting insurance. You’re an insignificant flea with nothing else to do but think that you’re doing something.
Me alone effecting the millions if dumb ass libtards? Probably not, but there is a movement of people I am involved with who are making that new tax website crash. LMAO! You are nothing but a flea on a fleas ass so STFU!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#27 Oct 2, 2013


Tell us another lie liberal senator!
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#28 Oct 2, 2013
WARRIOR

Alamogordo, NM

#30 Oct 2, 2013
This is democrat leadership. This is who all the libtards worship and look up to. PATHETIC!

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-24421...

“Make America Great Again”

Since: Jun 07

Bring Obama Back!

#31 Oct 2, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>Me alone effecting the millions if dumb ass libtards? Probably not, but there is a movement of people I am involved with who are making that new tax website crash. LMAO! You are nothing but a flea on a fleas ass so STFU!
If you’re so effective then why is there even an OBAMACARE law? You and this (imaginary)“movement”[you’re probably referring to a bowel movement] is powerful enough to shut down a website (LOL; joke) but couldn’t win the 2008 or 2012 Elections… and couldn’t stop Obama from getting his signature piece of legislation from being implemented…

Furthermore, you’re admitting to a crime by saying that you are trying to sabotage the government or a business… my God you’re stupid, LOL.
Your Ex

United States

#35 Oct 3, 2013
CBOW wrote:
<quoted text>
But are the data mining sites as un-protected and vulnerable as the exchanges? Hope you have cubic hours to spend recovering your identity.
Your data is just as "safe" as it is with your insurance provider, your hospital, your bank, the IRS or that joke of a firewall on your PC.
Just being realistic.
Your Ex

United States

#36 Oct 3, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text>You must have been tea bagged your entire libtard life growing up. I have Blue Cross and Blue Shield and I have been all over those obama care web sites helping crash them. LOL!
A genuine temper tantrum?
Your parents obviously raised you "everyone's a winner".
sheepleloveroyal ty

Pottstown, PA

#37 Oct 3, 2013
Less than a one percent sign up rate.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-24421...

Glitches?
CBOW

Dover, PA

#38 Oct 3, 2013
Your Ex wrote:
<quoted text>
Your data is just as "safe" as it is with your insurance provider, your hospital, your bank, the IRS or that joke of a firewall on your PC.
Just being realistic.
Which is why I don't do online banking and much of my information I write in the space "privileged information". Once your identity is compromised, it's your responsibility to clear it up. Think the libturds who shoved this ACA bs through will help you? LOL!
Responsibility

Petaluma, CA

#39 Oct 3, 2013
WARRIOR wrote:
<quoted text> Probably not, but there is a movement of people I am involved with who are making that new tax website crash.
Dear, even fleas (your word) would not be so ignorant and stupid.

Why not leave alone, and see if this works on its own merit?

I know, way too grown up.
Hoping

United States

#40 Oct 3, 2013
Hoping it all works out
Your Ex

United States

#42 Oct 3, 2013
CBOW wrote:
<quoted text>
Which is why I don't do online banking and much of my information I write in the space "privileged information". Once your identity is compromised, it's your responsibility to clear it up. Think the libturds who shoved this ACA bs through will help you? LOL!
Exactly what my 76yr old dad says. Usually while updating his pacemaker with the hospital, over the web. "It's just amazing, son!" Whether or not you bank on-line, your bank lives on-line. It's reserve,(they don't really keep all that $$$ in the vault) and your accounts, are 100% digital, and only as safe as their firewall and encryption. Digital pirates & Credit Bureau's don't give a rodents behind if you're a pot-smoking peace loving Librul or a drunken pill-popping Frightwinger.
CBOW

Dover, PA

#43 Oct 4, 2013
Your Ex wrote:
<quoted text>
Exactly what my 76yr old dad says. Usually while updating his pacemaker with the hospital, over the web. "It's just amazing, son!" Whether or not you bank on-line, your bank lives on-line. It's reserve,(they don't really keep all that $$$ in the vault) and your accounts, are 100% digital, and only as safe as their firewall and encryption. Digital pirates & Credit Bureau's don't give a rodents behind if you're a pot-smoking peace loving Librul or a drunken pill-popping Frightwinger.
All the more reason to not open any more avenues, like the exchanges. If you enjoy being bait for the hackers, be my guest. The more your provide through more sites, your chances of incurring identity theft increase. See, I already had it happen about 12 years ago, simply because a teller at a bank 300 miles from me got one digit wrong on an account she set up for someone else. Using my drivers number as ID. The fool defaulted and had a deficit in their bank account and Checkscan attached it to me and all of my accounts. It took me weeks to get it resolved. That company, checkscam, wouldn't even give me the information I needed to find out what was going on, due to the privacy act. I had to acknowledge "guilt" before they told me it was through a bank I never even heard of. If you have ever gone through it, you would be leery of giving out too much info, too.
Justin

United States

#44 Oct 4, 2013
A healthcare plan with glitches? Say it aint so.
sheepleloveroyal ty

Pottstown, PA

#45 Oct 4, 2013
Your Ex wrote:
You don't have to provide your SSN to the exchange sites.
So don't.
Everything else you put in, every data mining Co. On the planet already knows about you.
Get over the 'privacy' issue.
We don't have any.
True there is not that much privacy and companies have the capability to get a lot of information but you fall right into the trap of there is no privacy. There is little but there is some.

Not all data mining companies 'have' information but they sure as heck can get it THEN store it. If you have been searched your information will come up fast. If you have never been searched the company will frequently have to scan the internet themselves which takes time.

Not you but that's exactly the mindset they want people to have so you do not question anything and comply to every little request. Not saying you do it but that's what they want.

Just like the glitches with the Minnesota broker there might be omissions or glitches in your file so why complete or correct it by giving them what they want on a silver platter. Make them work for every bit & byte of information even if it is pressing a button.
sheepleloveroyal ty

Pottstown, PA

#46 Oct 4, 2013
One jersey with that colonoscopy please.

http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/hhs-run-w...
Disgusted

United States

#47 Oct 13, 2013
10 days in and ACA website still not working for shit. What a totalfucking fiasco.
Disgusted

United States

#48 Oct 13, 2013
sheepleloveroyalty wrote:
Less than a one percent sign up rate.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-24421...
Glitches?
Nah. This is a clear case of complete stupidity. Dumbshits probably never even ran a basic load test.

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