Obamacare Had Only 6 Sign-Ups On First Day

Posted: Nov 1 2013, 6:54am CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Obamacare had only 6 Sign-Ups on First Day
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Leaked documents revealed that the Obamacare web site only registered 6 (sick!) enrollments on the first day.

Obamacare launched on October 1st with major glitches. Obama's biggest political achievement is getting destroyed by the failed online implementation. The Obama administration did apparently not tell us the full truth about the failure. Initially they blamed the huge traffic for the glitches as millions of American hit the site. Now internal documents surfaced that say that the site only saw six enrollments on the first day.

The next day the enrollment hit 100. If this is true the whole thing is a bigger disaster than assumed it already is. According to CBS the site would need to register close to 40,000 American per day to meet the March 1st deadline. Obama should have given the NSA the job to implement the Obamacare online service. Their software skills are obviously off the charts.

Watch the CBS Evening News segment below reporting about the leaked Obamacare documents.

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