Expanding on what I said in the comments at InstaPundit:
As pointed out before, the website isn’t the issue. That’s like complaining about the style of music playing on the radio of the car that ran you down.
It’s the ACA, the law (of the land), that has been and will always be the problem.
By focusing on the website (which if they throw enough money at it will improve) will de-emphasize the problem of tens of millions of families that have lost and will continue to lose their existing healthcare.
After the example of the recent shutdown, it’s “Oh! Look! The website is broken!“, not that the next time this vandal will be able to shut down one sixth of the American Economy if his demands are not met, instead of a few parks.
So six people only, all government employees, signed up. Oh My God! And to Hell with the fact that all this private information and access to every last dollar in every single bank account will be in the hands of Barak Obama’s IRS.
The website will work someday (billions of dollars from now) and that is not a good thing.
“The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, But in ourselves, that we are underlings.” (1.2.147-48).
I was searching for different quote about Julius Caesar when I came upon that quote. The literary interpretation attached said Cassius was explaining to Brutus that fate didn’t put Caesar above them, they did it to themselves by being afraid to stand up for themselves. Well, Will. You get it and put it neatly down in a few well chosen and immortal words. Barak Obama is no genius, far from it. I’m willing to bet that Hitler could beat him at chess very easily. Yet he has, in a few years destroyed generations of wealth, and American expectations of free choice in the course of their lives.
He did not do it with brilliance, in fact all his works show the same sloppy hand and careless arrogance. I believe that when the history of this time is written the role of malevolent geniuses will be assigned to Reid, Pelosi and Soros. But the true villains will be the fools who because of sloth, greed or indifference struggled weakly if at all against the new Regime. I’m talking about you Boehner! For John McCain I don’t have sufficient words to express my disdain.