Obamacare Website Gets a Second Opinion, after Andreas Vesalius (Photo credit: Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com)
The feds are sending out 275,000 emails inviting folks to try their healthcare.gov website anew, promising that this time, Lucy will really hold the football for Charlie Brown to kick.
"Complete your enrollment: We can help," they read. "Our records show there was a problem setting up your Marketplace account at HealthCare.gov. Don't miss your opportunity to find out how much you could save on your health insurance."
You have to sign up so that you can find out what's in it.
"Note: It may take a few minutes for pages to load. If this happens, it may help to clear your browser’s history and cache, close the browser completely, and try again," it cautions. "Thanks for your patience. We're committed to making sure you get the quality, affordable coverage you need."
Now that they mention it, it'd be kinda nice to see some of those folks committed. It looks like if it doesn't work for you this time around, they'll blame your browser. Which was probably made by a bunch of (ptooey!) Republicans, anyway. So you may need to use a different browser, or something.
But on another note, there's good news for the True Blue Believers: the World Wildlife Fund folks have found your unicorn.