The white screen of wonder. Healthcare.gov accepts my User ID and password, I get a momentary message indicating that my credentials are good. Then, I am sent to the white room of the website. After that, I make no progress, and have to try again.
I mentioned that, once, the other evening, I actually got in to get the application going. HHS took a lot of information—and apparently had a lot of information, mostly from a credit report, I gather. But I was not able to shop plans or prices. (I know what the value of my federal credit will be, so price is not so much a concern as what plans are available in Lancaster County.)
Have you had success at getting all the way through? Through, even to getting a plan? I bet the number is less than 1%. I bet the best you get right now, is to get the application started.
HHS has made the point that this program is going to be VERY popular. Point made. I feel that even the Republican radicals understand this, which is why they are employing their contemporary tactic of doubling down and getting crazier.
How hard is it to link in more server space and get people beyond the white screen? Can’t they borrow server capacity from the NSA?