Hapless DNC Hack on ObamaCare Meltdown: ‘The best outcome you could possibly have’

Posted by on Oct 02, 2013 at 8:23 am
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And here we though the spin from Kathleen Sebelius was pathetic. Up next: DNC moron Brad Woodhouse, best known for his obnoxious behavior on Twitter. You see, a nationwide meltdown coupled with bumbling incompetence is just awesome to Brad.

The speakers found a cheerful spin for the widespread website breakdowns. Brad Woodhouse, communications director for the DNC, crowed: “This morning, the best outcome you could possibly have: All across the country, websites are slowing down because people are going on the exchanges to find out what their options are and to enroll in the Affordable Care Act. And no Tea Party or government shutdown is going to stop that from happening!”

Senator Harry Reid also took an upbeat perspective to the websites’ technical difficulties, invoking the words of a billionaire tech entrepreneur. “I had a meeting less than a year ago out in California, the San Francisco area, with one of the original founders of Google,” Reid said. “He told me when they first came online, oh, did they have problems. They had problems because too many people wanted to use Google! Their computers kept crashing! Well, we have a few problems today. Why? Because in New York alone in the first few hours, two and a half million people want to sign up.”

Not really. It was more people were like roadside gawkers looking to see the horror show unfolding. And they weren’t disappointed.

Another theme: The Affordable Care Act is the law. “The Affordable Care Act is law,” said Mary Kay Henry, the president of SEIU. “Can you say it with me, brothers and sisters? The Affordable Care Act is law.”

You know what’s also law in most states? Bans on late-term abortions. But that doesn’t stop these people, does it?

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8 Responses to “Hapless DNC Hack on ObamaCare Meltdown: ‘The best outcome you could possibly have’”

  1. Drumwaster on 2/02/13 at 10:33 am

    A more recent example is “The Defense of Marriage Act was law, too, and even survived a Supreme Court challenge.”

    Guess all the people choosing to pretend that it wasn’t are “anarchists” and “Nazis” (according to Harry “The Not-So-Secret Pederast” Reid)…

  2. Kristophr on 2/02/13 at 10:59 am

    The Affordable healthcare act is law?

    OK then. Obama must obey the provisions requiring individuals to go to in-state exchanges.

    The inter-state exchanges he set up are completely unlawful. This website, since it is touting inter-state exchanges for states that refuse to create exchanges, is also unlawful.

    Can you say it with me, brothers and sisters? Obey the law.

  3. Rick C on 2/02/13 at 11:06 am

    “This morning, the best outcome you could possibly have”

    Wait, this is probably true. The worst outcome would be if it gave people a virus. On the contrary, did anyone expect the website to actually work? This really is the best outcome that was actually possible to happen.

  4. mike clement on 2/02/13 at 11:31 am

    Signing up for healthcare and receiving it by actually seeing a doctor or two different things. Let’s see the stats of people actually signed up too. A lot of people go on the exchanges fill out an application, get a quote, and then promptly laugh and decide to pay 95 fine instead of 250 a month. The less people signed up should be cause for celebration so maybe they have it right.

  5. mike clement on 2/02/13 at 11:32 am

    Signing up for healthcare and receiving it by actually seeing a doctor are two different things. Let’s see the stats of people actually signed up too. A lot of people go on the exchanges fill out an application, get a quote, and then promptly laugh and decide to pay 95 fine instead of 250 a month. The less people signed up should be cause for celebration so maybe they have it right.