Poll: Obamacare Has 90% FAILURE Rate

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    Oct 11, 2013 8:05 PM GMT
    Great stats! Success!

    In a new Associated Press poll, 9 out of 10 people who attempted to sign up for Obamacare online say they were not enrolled.

    http://dprogram.net/2013/10/10/poll-obamacare-has-90-failure-rate/
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    Oct 12, 2013 8:47 PM GMT
    Even more bad news:

    “If we are already running into issues at the user account stage, we’re going to run into a lot more issues when we get to the more complex operations at the [subsidy] eligibility determination,” said Leavitt’s Schuyler. “That’s the reality. It’s a very complex process, and I think it’s going to get worse before it gets better.



    And so much for "the most transparent administration in history:

    HHS declined to comment on The Wall Street Journal report or to respond to POLITICO’s specific questions about possible problems with subsidy determinations or the enrollment transfers to insurers, two of the areas that experts pointed to as of particular concern.

    http://www.politico.com/story/2013/10/obamacare-aca-tech-experts-glitches-issues-problems-98202.html?hp=t1_3
  • roadbikeRob

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    Oct 12, 2013 9:10 PM GMT
    The system just went up at the beginning of this month. There are going to be bugs that have to be worked out of the system. Obamacare is not a failure, give it a chance before passing judgment. it is a new system. Don't believe all the negative propaganda.
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    Oct 12, 2013 9:24 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidThe system just went up at the beginning of this month. There are going to be bugs that have to be worked out of the system. Obamacare is not a failure, give it a chance before passing judgment. it is a new system. Don't believe all the negative propaganda.

    Remember, this is the same guy who declared the Obama Administration a failure in the first month of his first term. But in contrast who thought the Bush Administration was the greatest thing that ever happened to the US, even as the stock markets were crashing, the housing bubble was bursting, unemployment was skyrocketing, the US was losing 2 wars Bush had begun with thousands of US troops dead, and the Federal deficit was spiraling out of control. But as soon as Obama entered the White House it was all his fault, Bush had nothing to do with it.

    He's got some kind of weird obsession about Obama. He spams this site daily, using sock after sock, to trash our first Black President. He gets banned and pops up with a new account faster than we can say "Thank gawd he's gone!" He's the RJ equivalent of "Whack-A-Mole".
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    Oct 12, 2013 9:28 PM GMT
    ART_DECO said
    roadbikeRob saidThe system just went up at the beginning of this month. There are going to be bugs that have to be worked out of the system. Obamacare is not a failure, give it a chance before passing judgment. it is a new system. Don't believe all the negative propaganda.

    Remember, this is the same guy who declared the Obama Administration a failure in the first month of his first term. But in contrast who thought the Bush Administration was the greatest thing that ever happened to the US, even as the stock markets were crashing, the housing bubble was bursting, unemployment was skyrocketing, the US was losing 2 wars Bush had begun with thousands of US troops dead, and the Federal deficit was spiraling out of control. But as soon as Obama entered the White House it was all his fault, Bush had nothing to do with it.

    He's got some kind of weird obsession about Obama. He spams this site daily, using sock after sock, to trash our first Black President. He gets banned and pops up with a new account faster than we can say "Thank Gawd!" He's the RJ equivalent of "Whack-A-Mole".
    I have noticed that negative trend. This guy just keeps popping up under a new profile name and account. Well at least that despicable Jmusmc85 doesn't pull the same crap as of yet.
  • pandx970

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    Oct 12, 2013 9:37 PM GMT
    9 of 10 who signed up using the Federal site haven't filled out a complete application. Yeah. Bad stuff. But thankfully you can sign up until 12/31.

    Or you don't have to use this site if you live in a state with a state expansion of health care system...like Covered California...like I do :-)
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    Oct 12, 2013 10:04 PM GMT
    I'm not sure Obamacare is more in the interest of citizens who had their money directed away from savings to car insurance and now have their money directed away from savings to medical insurance.

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    Oct 12, 2013 10:07 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidThe system just went up at the beginning of this month. There are going to be bugs that have to be worked out of the system. Obamacare is not a failure, give it a chance before passing judgment. it is a new system. Don't believe all the negative propaganda.

    Oh please, don't try and make sense with the senseless. If this sock says 90 percent of Americans hate something, well then, this sock is obviously right.
    Socks, they know what's best for America.
  • tazzari

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    Oct 12, 2013 10:38 PM GMT
    ART_DECO said
    roadbikeRob saidThe system just went up at the beginning of this month. There are going to be bugs that have to be worked out of the system. Obamacare is not a failure, give it a chance before passing judgment. it is a new system. Don't believe all the negative propaganda.

    Remember, this is the same guy who declared the Obama Administration a failure in the first month of his first term. But in contrast who thought the Bush Administration was the greatest thing that ever happened to the US, even as the stock markets were crashing, the housing bubble was bursting, unemployment was skyrocketing, the US was losing 2 wars Bush had begun with thousands of US troops dead, and the Federal deficit was spiraling out of control. But as soon as Obama entered the White House it was all his fault, Bush had nothing to do with it.

    He's got some kind of weird obsession about Obama. He spams this site daily, using sock after sock, to trash our first Black President. He gets banned and pops up with a new account faster than we can say "Thank gawd he's gone!" He's the RJ equivalent of "Whack-A-Mole".


    +!

    Personally, I gave up on Obama when it was revealed that he couldn't walk on water. Which is right in there with saying that a program failed because of computer glitches.

  • musclmed

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    Oct 12, 2013 11:11 PM GMT
    pandx970 said9 of 10 who signed up using the Federal site haven't filled out a complete application. Yeah. Bad stuff. But thankfully you can sign up until 12/31.

    Or you don't have to use this site if you live in a state with a state expansion of health care system...like Covered California...like I do :-)


    Just about every report I have read about the system including software industry critics claim the system seems like it was planned by amateurs.

    We get back to the core principle of no matter how well meaning government is , there are certain things it will always have a disadvantage at. If Healthcare.gov was a publicly traded company it would have been unlikely to have the issues and bugs because jobs and money would be on the line.

    The vendors will get paid for the crappy work and waste .

    One exception that I have encountered to the government rule had been the VISTA electronic medical record program used at the V.A. . Mainly because it was kept open source Vista was a success for its time.

    I am not sure why the ACA didnt force a national electronic health record based on Vista backbone allowing for basic sharing of data between providers.

    Right now there are about 20 or so major electronic medical records that dont talk to each other.
  • TroyAthlete

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    Oct 12, 2013 11:27 PM GMT
    roadbikeRob saidI have noticed that negative trend. This guy just keeps popping up under a new profile name and account. Well at least that despicable Jmusmc85 doesn't pull the same crap as of yet.


    Did Jusmc get banned finally?

    In the OP's defense, the federal website is a joke. Very disappointed in the rollout, it doesn't not inspire confidence. Is it a reason to repeal or delay the Affordable Care Act? Absolutely not. But there's really no good excuse for the site to have not been ready and I expect heads to roll after the Republicans finish their shutdown tantrum.

    Ironically, had Republicans not shutdown the government and threatened to tank the economy, healthcare.gov's bad press would have been the #1 story in the country and the Obama administration's popularity would have suffered. Instead, the shutdown/debt ceiling is a far more important story and the bad behavior of Ted Cruz/Rand Paul Republicans has not only bought the White House time to fix the glitches, but increased the popularity of the healthcare reform law behind it. Thanks conservatives!
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    Oct 12, 2013 11:28 PM GMT
    TroyAthlete said
    roadbikeRob saidI have noticed that negative trend. This guy just keeps popping up under a new profile name and account. Well at least that despicable Jmusmc85 doesn't pull the same crap as of yet.


    Did Jusmc get banned finally?

    In the OP's defense, the federal website is a joke. Very disappointed in the rollout, it doesn't not inspire confidence. Is it a reason to repeal or delay the Affordable Care Act? Absolutely not. But there's really no good excuse for the site to have not been ready and I expect heads to roll after the Republicans finish their shutdown tantrum.

    Ironically, had Republicans not shutdown the government and threatened to tank the economy, healthcare.gov's bad press would have been the #1 story in the country and the Obama administration's popularity would have suffered. Instead, the shutdown/debt ceiling is a far more important story and the bad behavior of Ted Cruz/Rand Paul Republicans has not only bought the White House time to fix the glitches, but increased the popularity of the healthcare reform law behind it. Thanks conservatives!


    You've made excellent points, many of which I agree on. It's a first!