The petition was posted to show how “dangerous” free speech is. Seriously.
Coca-Cola’s “virtual agent” takes visible offense when asked about questions concerns gays and lesbians.
Critics claim the Spanish-language version of the ACA Web site got the word “premium” wrong. But it didn’t.
CNN’s “expert” decided, bizarrely, to refresh the Obamacare Web page while his application was being processed.
3 clicks and you can see every plan, in detail, and its price. No account creation necessary. Simply Brilliant.
She’s saving $100 on health insurance premiums because of Obamacare, but was told “you lie!” Here’s the proof.
1,833 people didn’t die when the Obamacare web site glitched, and it didn’t cost the American people $100 bn.
Apparently the vaguely ethnic, smiling Obamacare Web site lady is gone. Because that was the biggest problem.
Salon editor Walsh got some (sexist) heat for criticizing progressives who trashed Obamacare exchange sites.
No word yet from the Republicans as to whether the NSA need now be defunded as their Web site doesn’t work.
As far as I’m concerned, trying right now to apply for insurance through Healthcare.gov is a waste of time.
Another lousy experience on the federal exchange – it wanted to check my credit in order to simply browse plans.
By the time the Obamacare site demanded a scan of my driver’s license I could almost hear the German accent.