Silicon Valley Representative Anna Eschoo on healthcare.gov website failing

California Representative Anna Eschoo questioning the contractors of CGI on the constant failures of the health.gov website. Eschoo compares the website to E…
Video Rating: 5 / 5

5 thoughts on “Silicon Valley Representative Anna Eschoo on healthcare.gov website failing

  1. Jonathan Ward

    How sad that common sense has to come across as speaking truth to power and
    being note-worthy. But that is where we are at with this administration
    filled with the public service cliche of arrogant incompetents.

    Reply
  2. Claudia MOnteverdi

    Brava Anna, well said and right on the button. I imagine the Obama
    HitSquads will be all over her next year, we should all be alert to any
    dirty deeds and help her all that we can….. As to the volume excuse ? It
    was unworthy and an insult to the taxpayers. This bunch is just a
    no-talent, lazy bunch of shirkers and slackers..

    Reply
  3. Indio Atlacatl

    Democrat Slams Obamacare Launch Excuses: ‘There Are Thousands of Websites
    That Carry Far More Traffic.BY: Washington Free Beacon Staff
    Rep. Anna Eshoo (D., Calif.) had sharp criticism for the Obamascare launch
    Thursday during a hearing on its troubled rollout, saying as a
    representative of Silicon Valley that there was no excuse for the website
    to not be prepared for the traffic.

    “This is the 21st century,” she said. “It’s 2013. There are thousands of
    websites that handle concurrent volumes far larger than what healthcare.govwas faced with. You keep speaking about unexpected volumes, Ms. Campbell,
    and that really sticks in my craw. I have to tell you that. Because as I
    said, there are thousands of websites that carry far more traffic. So, I
    think that’s really kind of a lame excuse. Amazon and eBay don’t crash the
    week before Christmas, and ProFlowers doesn’t crash on Valentine’s Day.”

    [H/T Americans for Tax Reform]

    

    Reply
  4. Tina Rocha

    Outstanding Ms. Eschoo. However, I can’t think of any other position you
    could take on this as teenagers in Silicon Valley could have done a better
    job. More importantly, based upon this malfeasance can you truly trust
    those in charge of this website to have the ability to administer
    healthcare to tens of millions? To me not a chance. I have kids, a husband
    and a budget to deal with and thus far our family premiums have gone up
    72%. We simply can’t afford this and will have to pay cash.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *