Sunday, November 03, 2013

Next Week's New Yorker Cover Takes on Glitches

With Obama on a "brick" phone from about 20 years ago

Everyone is jumping on the ‘making fun of Obamacare’ bandwagon. Last weekend the cast of SNL made fun of rollout train wreck and now the New Yorker is joining that group. This coming week’s cover (as seen below) is a drawing of Sebelius crossing her fingers and President Obama on the telephone, huddled around a computer with a tech trying to make it work.

This is quite amusing because the tech guy is trying to use a floppy disc to make improvements on the website. As many people know, the use of floppy discs has basically become so outdated they are not in use anymore. Perhaps it is time to do more than hire outdated techs and just crossing your fingers to make things better.


Posted by John J. Ray (M.A.; Ph.D.).

1 comment:

Doom said...

Have the natives become too restive for even the msm to completely ignore? Perhaps some inside the circle are being burned? Or are they just milking the system, building hate for the implementation, to make it smooth and wash away the real issues with Zerocare? Just a possible line of thought. If I were in on implementation, that would be one possible line of attack... that and a short run to the deadline for people to sign up when/if it works. Like a cattle shoot.


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