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Consumer Reports, which publishes reviews of consumer products and services, advised its readers to avoid the federal healthcare exchange “for at least another month if you can.” “Hopefully that will be long enough for its software vendors to clean up the mess they’ve made,” the magazine said, having tested the site themselves over the course of the past three weeks.
Noting that only 271,000 of the 9.47 million people who tried signing up in the first week managed to create an account. . . . . . . . .
Now three weeks into the exchanges, having offered reviews and advice, Consumer Reports said that “If all [these suggestions] are too much to absorb, follow our previous advice: Stay away from Healthcare.gov,” at least for the time being.
It's got to be a massive undertaking setting up databases where they can match everyone's health records to all the phone/text/email records they already have.
If you want to check out Obamacare before signing up use fake information to open a account.
if enough people did that it would cause major problems later when they try to match the database to the taxpayers.
If every person set up a fake account then later when they were forced to sign up set up a real account there would be a big list of fake people for the IRS data base to have to try to track and penalize.
I am willing to bet that we see a helluva lot of folks that will refuse to enroll. Some states have made "Abominationcare" illegal within their borders. We can't rely on this obviously corrupt government to rid us of this dead albatross around our collective necks... maybe mass refusals to even enroll in the system will be the end of the system...