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The Obamacare runaround: If you can’t log into HealthCare.gov, call the phone number to be advised to try the website

By Doug Powers  •  October 22, 2013 12:36 PM

**Written by Doug Powers

Some people trying to create accounts at HealthCare.gov are getting such a runaround that I have to believe Obamacare is sponsored by “Let’s Move.”

The website has been such a train wreck that people have been advised to call the phone number instead (which they made fairly easy to remember):


Alrighty then, so what happened when one reporter called the phone number? You guessed it:


For a great way to experience the HealthCare.gov sign up process without actually trying it, go here and click “apply now.” (h/t Ace)

At Obama’s “the system’s working just fine and we’re going to find somebody to fix it as soon as possible” speech yesterday, a woman succumbed to the awesomeness of Obamacare:

Here’s a GIF from the upcoming documentary, “Faces of People Who Suddenly Discovered How Much Their ‘Free’ Health Care is Going to Cost”:


**Written by Doug Powers

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  • Omega One

    That video description of the young lady in distress is just wrong. Civilized people don’t mock someone who is ill. And no I’m not a democrate or Republican.

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