Apparently — and you’d have to actually look around to figure this out — the states that took responsibility for themselves have ACA websites that work perfectly well. The clog is in the states that abandoned their citizens because they’d rather serve the interests of fatcat contributors. Granted, a website set up by the lowest bidder is likely to fail, but you get what you pay for and, if you live in a state that doesn’t want to watch out for you, well, that’s democracy, bub. People voting against their own interests don’t do so well — what a surprise!
John Deering and John Newcombe