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Comment: Re:Raft of failures (Score 4, Insightful) 250

by svendog (#45243131) Attached to: Jeffrey Zients Appointed To Fix Healthcare.gov
Michelle Malkin is a conservative blogger and TV "personality" with a bachelors degree in English, while Paul Krugman is a nobel laureate in Economics. While both may have their biases, I would most certainly give the analyses put forth by the latter infinitely more weight than those of the former.

Comment: Re:It's NOT going to happen (Score 2) 250

by svendog (#45243103) Attached to: Jeffrey Zients Appointed To Fix Healthcare.gov
They didn't spend $600m on the website. That figure comes from an open service contract with CGI that predates the ACA by a considerable amount of time. The amount of the contract spent on developing the healthcare.gov site is estimated to be between $70m - $125m; still not cheap, but definitely not on the order of half a billion dollars.

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