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CyberKen

It Looks Dem. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen Has A Fix

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Democrat Senator Jeanne Shaheen is planning for the worst when November 30, 2013 arrives.

Her home state of New Hampshire does not have a state run healthcare exchange and must depend

on the faulty federal website: HealthCare.gov.

She is proposing extending the enrollment period and delaying the penalties.

It is not fair to penalize Americans for not enrolling on a DEAD website.

Democrat Rebellion Brews In The U.S. Senate:

http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/190671-rebellion-brews-over-o-care-fix

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It's not dead. It's now working fine. And the ACA enrollment period is ALREADY extended. A dumb idea.

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It's not dead. It's now working fine. And the ACA enrollment period is ALREADY extended. A dumb idea.

You guys got really bad news yesterday.

It is what it is.

Deputy Chief Information Officer Henry Chao said 60 - 70% of the website STILL needs to be built!!!

What ????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It looks like we get valuable information when people are put under oath.

"There's the back office systems, the accounting systems, the payment systems.......They still need to be done."

Go ahead and wave goodbye to the November 30, 2013 Quick Fix date.

The fat lady/guy sang yesterday --- Under Oath ---. :yes:

Here is your hero!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rCQBDxMV48Q

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