As a certified expert in everything, I’ve discovered the problem with Obamacare.
1) The program needs 34 million to sign up by the hard line date of March 30th.
2) According to Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) the servers were built to handle 50,000 users a day (Listen here @ :30.).
3) 50,000 users/day x 180 days = 9million registered users.
4) 9million registered users – 34million needed users = –
The problem with Obamacare is that it needs 25million imaginary users and Obama only has 19.5million imaginary followers on Twitter.
You’re welcome, America.
But seriously, how dumb are these people that they can’t understand that if their servers can only handle 50,000 users a day for registration that they cannot meet the 34 million needed by March 30th. Now there’s also a good chance that Wasserman has no idea what she’s talking about, as even basic modern servers should be able to handle 100,000 simultaneous log ins, much less 50,000 in an entire day. But then again, it’s being reported that only 51,000 were able to sign up in the first week. So maybe they found some basement bargain tech for that $100 million used to build the site and the back end.
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