I think this (see article link below) is the most damning ObamaCare information yet to come out.
In order to roll out ObamaCare on Oct. 1, the administration chose to roll out a website it knew not only wasn’t fully tested from a functional view, but–worse–also was not tested from a security view. The administration chose to let users enter their most personal of data (their health information) along with their social security numbers into a system with a broken, untested security apparatus. This is criminal negligence.
And now, incredibly, the administration is saying that the initial users of the broken website (presumably those using it from Oct. 1 through today) are really only beta testers. Appearing before a Congressional committee today, Secretary Sebelius compared the early roll out to a sort of early beta test.
But a beta tester is first and foremost a tester. He is told beforehand he’s a tester. His purpose from the software developer’s point of view is to find problems that its in-house team hadn’t found. You don’t send a broken product out to real users, let them twist in the wind finding software problems, then later call them beta testers.
These ObamaCare problems are not going to go away. The administration has dug itself into too deep a hole. As the days and weeks go by, Obama and his Democrats will be forced to insist on a delay to their beloved, broken “settled law of the land.”