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When the Affordable Care Act's insurance exchanges rolled out on October 1, many were unable to enroll because of computer glitches. One week later, CNN's Elizabeth Cohen investigates if the sites are still having problems - and keeping people from getting coverage.
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Wolf B : they should delay Obamacare because the website is glitchy? Good grief. Every time Apple launches anything new, it's full if glitches that they eventually work out. Microsoft's new operating systems usually very glitchy, even worse than Apple. These are the pros. When Bush's prescription benefit launched, the website was a mess.– and that was during a time when both paries wanted it to work. They set a launch date and work as hard spas they can, but they need to launch even with problems. It's how these problems get worked out. Wolf, you're holding Obama to a standard no one else meets. Why?
Why would the Affordable HeathCare Act be postponed for a year because of "glitches"; 35 million people will not have health care because of a "glitch". That is idiotic if not criminal Wolf.