Canadian Firm Built Those Messed Up Obamacare Exchange Websites

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    Oct 04, 2013 9:17 PM GMT
    Nice "jobs program for Canadians" Mr. President. You and your supporters are constantly criticizing business for offshoring functions and you do the same!

    A Canadian tech firm that has provided service to that country's single-payer health care system is behind the glitch-ridden United States national health care exchange site healthcare.gov.

    GCI Federal is a subsidiary of Montreal-based CGI Group. With offices in Fairfax, Va., the subsidiary has been a darling of the Obama administration, which since 2009 has bestowed it with $1.4 billion in federal contracts, according to USAspending.gov.


    http://washingtonexaminer.com/canadian-firm-hired-to-build-troubled-obamacare-exchanges/article/2536805
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    Oct 04, 2013 9:51 PM GMT
    In an ironic twist, others of your ilk here on RJ wanted the keystone pipeline built. Completely owned by a Canadian company, TransCanada Corporation.

    Then, the EPA didn't like the environmental studies and decided they were inadequate. Oh you should have been here to read the angry rhetoric from the RJ Right.


    Now all of a sudden you show up and the gov't is favouring a Kanadyun Kumpenny that's making mistakes.

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    Oct 04, 2013 9:55 PM GMT
    meninlove said In an ironic twist, others of your ilk here on RJ wanted the keystone pipeline built. Completely owned by a Canadian company, TransCanada Corporation.

    Then, the EPA didn't like the environmental studies and decided they were inadequate. Oh you should have been here to read the angry rhetoric from the RJ Right.


    Now all of a sudden you show up and the gov't is favouring a Kanadyun Kumpenny that's making mistakes.

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    Keystone: Private sector

    Obamacare websites: Public sector

    An important distinction.
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    Oct 04, 2013 10:35 PM GMT
    franktats said
    meninlove said In an ironic twist, others of your ilk here on RJ wanted the keystone pipeline built. Completely owned by a Canadian company, TransCanada Corporation.

    Then, the EPA didn't like the environmental studies and decided they were inadequate. Oh you should have been here to read the angry rhetoric from the RJ Right.


    Now all of a sudden you show up and the gov't is favouring a Kanadyun Kumpenny that's making mistakes.

    icon_lol.gif


    Keystone: Private sector

    Obamacare websites: Public sector

    An important distinction.


    lol, you really are that silly. I wasn't sure, but now...icon_lol.gif
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    Oct 04, 2013 10:37 PM GMT
    meninlove said
    franktats said
    meninlove said In an ironic twist, others of your ilk here on RJ wanted the keystone pipeline built. Completely owned by a Canadian company, TransCanada Corporation.

    Then, the EPA didn't like the environmental studies and decided they were inadequate. Oh you should have been here to read the angry rhetoric from the RJ Right.


    Now all of a sudden you show up and the gov't is favouring a Kanadyun Kumpenny that's making mistakes.

    icon_lol.gif


    Keystone: Private sector

    Obamacare websites: Public sector

    An important distinction.


    lol, you really are that silly. I wasn't sure, but now...icon_lol.gif



    Awwww... And you're so cuddly. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Oct 04, 2013 10:40 PM GMT
    franktats saidNice "jobs program for Canadians" Mr. President. You and your supporters are constantly criticizing business for offshoring functions and you do the same!

    A Canadian tech firm that has provided service to that country's single-payer health care system is behind the glitch-ridden United States national health care exchange site healthcare.gov.

    GCI Federal is a subsidiary of Montreal-based CGI Group. With offices in Fairfax, Va., the subsidiary has been a darling of the Obama administration, which since 2009 has bestowed it with $1.4 billion in federal contracts, according to USAspending.gov.


    http://washingtonexaminer.com/canadian-firm-hired-to-build-troubled-obamacare-exchanges/article/2536805




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