Blame culture - Obamacare trainwreck "not our fault": contractors

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The Obamacare blame game is in full swing.

A day after President Barack Obama acknowledged the dismal rollout of and promised quick repairs, the companies working on the site indicated that they’re not going down without a fight.
The roll out may have been a bumpy ride at first,but all websites have glitches when they first go on line.

Sure, they do.

But "at first" has come and gone.

The test conducted prior to rollout indicated the system wasn't ready, but Obamas administration pushed it out anyway.
This whole thing wasn't about actually providing quality service. He's cut so many corners it looks like a cheese wheel.
Please listen carefully as our menu options have changed. Press 1 if failure is not an option.

Obama pressed the wrong button.

He got the Affordable Care Act passed and then rested on his laurels.

How sad to see our tech-savvy commander in chief, who blew billions on a website that is worse than any state’s DMV, direct frustrated consumers to a 1-800 number, like an infomercial host on late-night cable.

His staff made light of the catastrophe, saying they were “scrubbing the site” of “glitches,” which is like calling the Grand Canyon a hole in the ground.

Not being able to access the website was “a good problem to have,” and one that "proved its popularity".

Leave the anger to the American public to whom he has promised to deliver health care for three years and who are now drowning in error messages, even in the middle of the night, when traffic is supposedly light.

He reverted to singing his own praises in getting the health-care law passed at all. “We did not wage this long and contentious battle just around a website,” Obama said. “That’s not what this was about.”