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Published: Friday, Nov. 22 2013 3:07 p.m. MST

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VST
Bountiful, UT

What is being touted in this article by this administration is nothing more than pure political cannon fodder. They are out there offering nothing more than a “wing and a prayer.”

As one blogger adeptly put it, it took the U.S. just three years, eight months, to significantly assist in winning two simultaneous war actions (Europe and the Pacific), via building and providing all that war material (artillery, ships, ammunition, aircraft, tanks, bombs, etc.) plus provide the millions of trained personnel during WWII.

It has taken this administration exactly the same amount of time their vain attempt to set up a healthcare infrastructure that is being partially postponed for one more year, which now is in total chaos, and produced a $500M web-site that doesn’t even work properly.

This is not a pretty picture.

There You Go Again
Saint George, UT

Chuckles Grassley was for the ACA before he was against the ACA.

A wonderful spokesmen for Republican hypocrisy.

fani
wj, UT

The dems think that once the website is fixed, everything will be fine. Hate to break it to you dems, the website is only a fraction of the problem. The law itself is a much bigger hurdle that Obama and dems won't be able to hide from. When tens of millions lost their healthcare insurance coupled with insurance cost at the very least doubled - what will Obama and the dems do then?

mohokat
Ogden, UT

When I hear any part of this government say something I take it as another lie. Now if Obama said I am going to tell you another lie then I would beleive that. It is apparant that lies abound in Obamas government.

Pagan
Salt Lake City, UT

47 attempts to repeal the ACA.

Zero jobs created.

Instead of freaking out about a website…

maybe the Republican party should worry less about shutting down our government, and actually doing their jobs?

9% approval rating about our do-nothing congress.

Republicans built that.

ThornBirds
St.George, Utah

Naysayers..
ACA is not going away.
There will be lots of adjustments, add ons, take aways.
But it is not going away.
Health insurance for all has been promised by every American administration for decades.
No one, except the very wealthy with their golden parachute benefits, wants to return to the problems with health insurance brought upon all by greedy, uncaring, bohemoth insurance companies.
Quit whining and work with your senators and congressmen to make the adjustments that are needed, instead of criticizing.

ute alumni
paradise, UT

Vst
You're wrong. Prayer cannot be a part of anything this regime is involved with.

VST
Bountiful, UT

@ute alumni,

Ever heard of the term "a figure of speech?"

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