No comment from ‘public servants’ as 100 programmers from OrBamaCare website are sent home.
Maybe it’s a sign things are getting better, but somehow I doubt it. Cover Oregon’s –OrBamaCare–website is STILL officially the worst state run system in the nation, after all.
The Zero reports Cover Oregon’s main contractor, Oracle, has sent home 100 of its programmers, leaving 65 in place. The website has never worked for the bill-paying-public though reportedly a beta system has allowed state workers to enroll 700 people, according to the Oregonian.
But what’s really going on? What do all of these moves mean?
Exchange acting director Bruce Goldberg did not respond to a request for comment Wednesday afternoon.
There’s been no update to that response that I can find.
The governor has run out on interviews when the questions got too hard, run from questions from Citizen Journalists, had his security keep Citizen Journalists away from him so he couldn’t hear their questions, and had his security team visit the home of a reporter to intimidate him from asking questions. In short: Oregon gets a big “no comment” and worse, abject contempt.
The public is purposely kept in the dark because of the contemptuous way the Kitzhaber regime treats Oregonians. Maybe this guy has the right idea: pull the plug.
— Mark Kim Marion (@swensonmember) February 28, 2014