Letter: Obamacare website just doesn’t work
Regulators in New Hampshire, Washington and Pennsylvania are taking actions against companies that are building health-care websites. Regulators have warned these companies that the websites could confuse people trying to get on the states health-care exchanges. However, most people should not be confused, as these websites probably work.
You definitely know when you are on the healthcare.gov website; it does not work. Here is my story:
∎ After 12 tries, I completed the applications.
∎ I was unsuccessful the 32 times that I tried to purchase insurance.
∎ I called “Help Line” and was told to keep trying to buy insurance on Healthcare.gov.
∎ I kept trying to buy insurance on Healthcare.gov but finally gave up.
∎ I called Anthem and got an agent who advised me to keep trying to buy insurance on Healthcare.gov. However, she gave me a direct phone number to call in two weeks and said I could sign up with Anthem.
Sens. Kelly Ayotte and Jeanne Shaheen and Reps Carol Shea-Porter and Annie Kuster are getting a 72-75 percent subsidy for Obamacare. Why is it good enough for us but not for Congress and its staff? FYI, Kuster, Ayotte and Shaheen are rich (by President Obama’s definition). In November 2014, we need to vote Shaheen, Shea-Porter and Kuster out of office. When Congress passes a law, it should apply to all of the people of the United States including Congress and its staff.