With most officials in the Obama administration will admit only that HealthCare.gov, the website that handles the Affordable Care Act, has a “few glitches,” Obama supporter and former White House chief spokesman Robert Gibbs is at least willing to call it the train wreck that it is, and observed that it’s “excruciatingly embarrassing.”
When he appeared on “Now With Alex Wagner,” which airs on MSNBC, arguably another White House spokesman, he also said that the website’s designers should be fired.
The site is so bad that people are now resorting to doing things the old-fashioned way — they’re using paper applications.
H/T the Washington Free Beacon.
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