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Jay Carney admits the Obamacare website will not work for 20% of the people

November 18, 2013

  Jay Carney recently admitted that the Obamcare website will never work for 20% of the people who try to use it:

The way to look at that figure is that of, say, 10 who go on the system, roughly two won’t get through the system — so two out of 10,” or 80 percent, he said

  It sounds to me as if Jay Carney is actually trying to say that this is a good percentage because it means the website will work for 80% of the people, but it you are one of the 20%–which is a large number in my opinion–who are not able to use the website to purchase healthcare the government has demanded you purchase, this is anything but acceptable.

  Naturally, Jay Carney has an excuse:

The people who won’t be able to get through will be those with “technical difficulties,” people who can’t handle the complexity of assembling their personal data, and people with complex situations

  In other words; don’t blame the government for this problem because the 20% of the people who cannot use the website are either too stupid to use it or their situation is too complex for them to use it.

  But have no fear, Jay Carney has a solution:

People “with those kinds of issues are going to be better served by using a navigator, either going to the call-in center or going to one of the in-person centers, hospitals, community centers and the like where there are folks who are trained to help walk individuals through this process and who can help them

  These people just need to talk to a navigator, you know, the same navigators which require no background checks before they get the job. The same navigators which could potentially be identity thieves because nobody is checking their backgrounds. Even Kathleen Sebelius admitted it was possible for convicted felons to become Obamacare navigators.

  If Jay Carney is right about the people who will not be able to use the Obamacare website it is safe to assume–in my opinion–that those people are the most vulnerable among us, and most susceptible to fraud and abuse, and the Obama regime is suggesting they are the ones who should be giving their personal information to people who do not need a background check.

  This does not sound like a solution to me, it sounds more like another problem.

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  1. November 18, 2013 7:48 pm

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  2. Chris permalink
    November 19, 2013 7:50 am

    5% here 20% there soon you are at 100%. Is this 20% random or a selected group of induvuduals i.e. are not registered Dem voters or Tea Party members?


    • November 19, 2013 7:56 pm

      That is the goal, by election time the number will be much higher when the employer mandate kicks in. Unless of course Obama delays it again. I just heard on the radio that both of Rep. Salmon’s adult children lost their insurance, is this a coincidence? After all, he has been outspoken against Obamacare, it makes you wonder…..


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