Six Reasons the Affordable Care Act Is Not Hurricane Katrina

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It’s easy to understand why Republicans are comparing the Obamacare rollout to Hurricane Katrina. It’s still wrong.

Greg Russak‘s insight:

If you think the technology issues with the rollout of Healthcare.gov are anything close to Katrina, please read this and tell me where it’s wrong. And, if you think the web site is down and out for good, I suspect you have little understanding about big Information Technology (IT) projects. The IT people I’ve known in my 30-year career, on the whole, have been some of the smartest people I know. Let’s let those smart people working for the PRIVATE CONTRACTORS who missed the mark the first time have some time to fix it. I’m quite confident that they can.

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Author: Peaceful Patriot

Proud middle class husband, father, and progressive liberal. Was registered Non-Partisan my entire adult life before registering as a Democrat in order to vote for Bernie Sanders in the 2016 closed primary. Staying registered as a Democrat in order to be part of the changes the Party needs instead of whining about it from the outside. See Republicans as devoid of moral standing, intellect, and credibility now that they've embraced and continue to support the human filth that is Trump. Libertarians are only slightly better. Objectivism is the epitome of greed and selfishness, and believers show a degree of intellectual and moral bankruptcy that can only be appreciated by someone who is proud of their lack of empathy. An atheist who doesn't care what you believe so long as you stop pretending the Founding Fathers intended for you to legislatively force your Christian beliefs on everyone else.

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