Obamacare computer code riddled with typos, Latin filler text, desperate programmer comments and disastrous architecture

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(NaturalNews) If I had told you one month ago that ten days into the launch of Obamacare not a single person could be confirmed to have successfully enrolled, you would have called me a lunatic. And yet, here we are, tens days into the launch, and guess what? The White House cannot produce a single person who has successfully enrolled through the federally-run exchange Healthcare.gov.

Not one.

The real story on the catastrophic IT disaster known as Healthcare.gov is only now beginning to be recognized by the nation. As a person with a strong IT background running large R&D projects, I was among the very first to claim that Healthcare.gov is not just broken, it’s DOA because of critical design failures.

It’s not merely a “glitch.” It’s way beyond a SNAFU. This is the defining failure moment of the delusional thinking of democrats and their fantasyland government-centralized economy.

Even ABC News is now calling Healthcare.gov, “nothing short of disastrous,” adding, “Media outlets have struggled to find anyone who has been successful.”

My analysis of the Javascript running Healthcare.gov

I have personally looked at the Javascript code running part of the Healthcare.gov website. If you are curious how I got the code, I simply typed the URL of the Javascript code into the browser address field. The browser then pulls up the entire code block, because Javascript is client-side code (not server-side).

What I am seeing in this code is nothing short of jaw-dropping. As people are now saying, this code is “CRAAAAAZY!” You almost can’t even call it Javascript code. If you sat down 100 monkeys in front of 100 typewriters and told them to start banging away, I’m confident at least one of them would come up with something far better than the Healthcare.gov Javascript code.

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