MANCHESTER – Americans for Prosperity – New Hampshire (AFP-NH) today commented on the nearly daily offerings of new crash and error messaging made available to the residents who are attempting to access the federal health insurance exchange under the Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare. There appear to be new error message screens provided daily for those attempting to utilize the federal website.
“While New Hampshire residents might not have the opportunity to buy the affordable health insurance policies that the President promised, they are being treated to a lovely array of crash messages that the administration is rolling out on a nearly daily basis,” said Greg Moore, AFP-NH State Director. “Clearly, despite the federal government shutdown, the Director of Online Error Messaging under ObamaCare must be considered an essential employee, as the handiwork shifts in nearly real time. The administration is doing an outstanding job of keeping people amused while not providing them with even a shred of quality service.”
AFP-NH has collected several screenshots of a number of error messages for those attempting to access the New Hampshire page. Moore admitted that he identified additional error screens, but had not initially realized that users were expected to collect the entire set, similar to baseball cards, so he didn’t save copies of all the crash screens.
“While AFP-NH has always been a leading opponent of ObamaCare, we didn’t realize the chance it presented to help children with their memory and reading cognition skills by finding new error messages and distinguishing them from the old ones,” added Moore. “We never could have guessed that this $1.4 billion ObamaCare program was really just an educational tool to help our children build skills by accessing the site. While the 21 new taxes included in this law might mean that there aren’t any jobs when these kids get out of school, at least they will know how to spot a crash message nearly instantly!”