Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius To Testify on ObamaCare Rollout

Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius will testify before congress next week, with accusations of failure following three years in development [...]

Skepticism about 500 million lines of code needing repair [...]

Top four Obamacare complaints [...]
  1. Can't log in
  2. Personal information received in applications isn't right
  3. Sticker shock
  4. Employers raising premiums because of Obamacare
"You've probably heard that, the new Web site where people can apply for health insurance and browse and buy affordable plans in most states, hasn't worked as smoothly as it was supposed to work," Obama said [...]

"I am the first to acknowledge that the website that was supposed to do this all in a seamless way has had way more glitches than I think are acceptable," President Obama [...]

“What has happened is unacceptable in terms of the glitches,”
-- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on ABC’s “This Week.” site has received nearly 20 million visits since it opened Oct. 1, and nearly 500,000 people have created applications in the federal and state exchanges, the administration says — although officials won’t say how many people have actually completed the process of buying a plan, or break down how many people tried to enroll through state-run exchanges versus the federal website [...]

How would you like to be the face of a despised website.

Krauthammer: Obamacare website is so bad that it isn’t just  a continuation of “glitches”, it’s coding the wrong information about people.  “What you have is a system corrupted that cannot work at all even if you fix the glitches.”  Insurers now say the federal health-care marketplace is generating flawed data.  “This is a new kind of issue." [...]