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Posted by on Oct 18, 2013 in Economy, Featured, Government, Health, Politics | 3 comments

That state of the art Obamacare website (Guest Cartoon)

That state of the art Obamacare website
by Mike Peters

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Obamacare Website Failure Threatens Health Coverage For Millions Of Americans (the website)
Congressional fight over Obamacare turns to website woes
Company Behind Troubled Obamacare Website Donated Heavily To Republicans In 2012
Were the Obamacare site woes political or technological?
And there’s this take from NBC’s First Read:

*** Obamacare website woes: As we said yesterday, the end of the government shutdown is bringing more attention and scrutiny to the Obamacare websites. And here’s USA Today: “The federal health care exchange was built using 10-year-old technology that may require constant fixes and updates for the next six months and the eventual overhaul of the entire system… Recent changes have made the exchanges easier to use, but they still require clearing the computer’s cache several times, stopping a pop-up blocker, talking to people via Web chat who suggest waiting until the server is not busy, opening links in new windows and clicking on every available possibility on a page in the hopes of not receiving an error message.” And here’s NBC’s Tom Costello on the company behind the problematic rollout. Of course, one of the stories here is that the websites for the state exchanges are working MUCH better than the federal website.

Mike Peters is recognized as one of our nation’s most prominent cartoon artists for his outstanding work as both a political and comic strip cartoonist. His favorite expression “WHAT A HOOT” certainly sums up his outlook on his life and work which are inexorably entwined. Mike’s warm, easygoing and zany demeanor is evidence that his personality matches his creative talents. As so eloquently phrased by a colleague — “Mike is the Peter Pan of the cartooning world; he’s boyishly charming, good with a rapier and doesn’t spend a lot of time on the ground. And he doesn’t seem to want to grow up”.

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