Headlines I Wish I Hadn’t Seen

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  1. Phillip says:

    Why doesn’t the administration tell the American people if their information is being threatened? It demonstrates that Obamacare is filled with flaws. Look what happen with Target’s security breach, there were preventive actions from all parties involved, before the issue escalated. Why leave American people unaware if they are victims of hackers? It is unbelievable that a webpage that handles sensitive information of millions of Americans is being tabbed as “hacker’s dream.”

  2. Andres Giraldo says:

    As a Latino I see the issues with the webpage cuidadodesalud.gov insulting. Other than a webpage filled with problems, the fact that they cannot get right the information in Spanish is just unbelievable and to make things worse support (online or by phone) in Spanish is almost inexistent. 12 percent of people living in America speak only Spanish; we deserve a government that treats them with respect and help them enjoy the benefits they are entitled to.

    • Jay says:

      After all of the problems with healthcare.gov, you almost can’t expect any other website devoted to Obamacare to have any sort of functionality.

      • David S. says:

        Expectations were low, but this is ridiculous. The web page has been flawed since the begging, and the saddest thing is that many officials knew it wouldn’t work and did nothing about it.

  3. Andrew says:

    “Mirroring problems with the federal health care website, people around the nation attempting to navigate the Spanish version have discovered their own set of difficulties.”

    How many more problems can there be of the Obamacare debacle?

  4. Matthew says:

    “The program that would provide insurance companies with additional funds to cover losses should not enough healthy people enroll in health care plans.”

    ACA: “We have safety nets for our safety nets.”

  5. Thomas says:

    “We must help people move off of welfare, off of unemployment, and into good-paying jobs that can support a family.”

    That doesn’t feel like the message the Government is trying to feeding us.

  6. Adam says:

    “December jobs report: for every one job added, five people left the workforce entirely.”

    And how many times have people claimed the recession is over?

  7. Bob Hertz says:

    Some of the persons who leave the work force should in fact be leaving the work force. If a person has been working a blue collar job from age 20 to age 60, that is long enough.

    The problem is a) relatively few workers have decent pensions; and b) many workers refinanced their mortgages so they are not debt free at age 60.

    There are no really pretty solutions here, but more jobs is not the best solution or even very practical.