The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee report calls for the Department of Justice and state attorney general to conduct criminal investigations into the events surrounding the creation and eventual failure of Cover Oregon, which ultimately led to the waste of $305 million in federal money.
Democrats on the committee released their own report, which laid the blame at the feet of Oracle Corporation, the state’s contractor, saying it misled officials and failed to deliver a functioning website. The Democrats' report also found that Oracle’s work was so flawed the state should stop payments to them.
Oregon had the country's worst rollout of the national health insurance program. While the crippled federal website eventually worked, Oregon failed to enroll a single person online. The state-supported platform eventually was abandoned for the federal HealthCare.gov.
Retread and his cronies are Democratics, so obviously they're as pure as wind-driven snow; the failure is certainly the fault of one of the planet's largest software companies. Right.
Oh, did Oracle spend millions of dollars to produce ads like this one?
Didn't think so.