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O-Care Site ‘Crashes’ During Sebelius Testimony

From Breitbart:

ObamaCare Site Crashes Minutes Before Sebelius Testimony

By John Nolte | October 30, 2013

During her testimony before Congress Wednesday, Secretary Sebelius claimed, "The website never crashed. It is functional, but at a very slow speed and very low reliability.”

[And yet] just minutes before Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was set to testify on Capitol Hill, the Healthcare.gov site crashed. Spot checks verified that the State of North Carolina, Virginia, Utah, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Nevada, Colorado, New Mexico, New York, Maryland, Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Hawaii, Kentucky, Minnesota, and New Hampshire are all down – which likely means the entire federal site is down.

The site was still down thirty-minutes into Sebelius’ testimony.

Apparently, God has a wonderful sense of humor.

It’s also pretty clear that Ms. Sebelius has no concept of what the word crash means. If you get a message saying "the system is down at the moment," as Healthcare.gov users have gotten for weeks, then the site has officially ‘crashed.’

This isn’t rocket surgery.

This article was posted by Steve on Thursday, October 31st, 2013. Comments are currently closed.

5 Responses to “O-Care Site ‘Crashes’ During Sebelius Testimony”

  1. Noyzmakr says:

    “This isn’t rocket surgery.”

    Well, to be fair, Ms. Sebelius isn’t a scientist nor a surgeon. She’s just an incompetent boob.

  2. Rusty Shackleford says:

    Can’t remember the movie, or, it may just be the product of my abundant (but badly damaged) memory, the line is:

    “I wouldn’t let her clean up after my dog”

    While examining other blogs, the thinkers of this nation have (and had) her figured out years ago. The national socialists are in full defense mode of her.

    I wish I could just sit as a disinterested bystander and smile at the theatrics and the sublime level at which this will all be the subject of such derision in years to come, much like Carter’s administration is a laughing stock today but sadly, it affects so many people in so many negative ways, that, while in the thick of it, all I can say is, “Man this sucks…get us out of here!”

    Sadly, all most of us can do is watch and wait. Our frustration stems from the fact that there’s no one fighting for us in our court except a tiny few who deserve praise and respect but all the establishment wonks can do is to deride and ridicule them. But then, that’s how bullies and the lesser-mentally-equipped operate.


  3. GetBackJack says:

    I’m all out of scathing sarcasm and bile.

    See ya’ll soon. Gotta recharge.

  4. captstubby says:

    Congress didn’t ask the right questions.

    ” What would you do with a brain if you had one? ”
    Dorothy Gale

    • untrainable says:

      I’ve got a question for Sebelius that wasn’t asked and I think needs to be addressed.
      I’m a 50 year old male in excellent health. I’ve smoked for 35 years, I drink like a fish, and I enjoy rich fatty foods. Why is it necessary for me to buy insurance to prevent my uterus from falling out? Why is it necessary for me to buy insurance that will cover me in case I ever need an abortion? Why is it necessary for me to buy insurance that will cover me in case I ever get ovarian cancer? If my policy wasn’t required by law (regulation) to cover every human, perhaps people who liked their coverage WOULD have been able to keep it. Sadly, this law is more pointed at doling out social welfare than affordable healthcare. I have yet to hear a single instance where the “new” plan is better OR cheaper than what has been outlawed by Obamacare.

      In order to insure 30 million uninsured the government will destroy the insurance of everyone else. That sounds like throwing out the baby with the bath water… and the tub… and the first 6 feet of pipe in the wall all to get a drink of water.

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