DON’T SIGN UP: White House tells ObamaCare Zealots to Not Promote ‘fixed’ Website Because IT’s NOT FIXED!

Published on November 28, 2013

The Obama administration is cautioning its allies to avoid sending too many consumers to the Obamacare system’s flagship website when it re-launches on Dec. 1 with an improved ability to handle thousands of curious Americans at once.

The site, which crashed repeatedly upon its Oct. 1 unveiling, was capable of handling fewer than 500 simultaneous users. Administration officials now say it will have the capacity to serve 50,000 at a time.

But even that number could prove inadequate if liberal groups rallying around the Affordable Care Act send a horde of Americans to healthcare.gov in the space of the holiday weekend.

So the White House, reports The New York Times, has opted to avoid launching a new PR blitz that would draw new levels of attention to the online portal.

Read more: dailymail.co.uk

 

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