November 11, 2013

HealthCare.gov Alternative Built in THREE DAYS, For Free

Filed under: Health Care,Scams,Taxes & Government — Tom @ 11:32 am

TheHealthSherpa.com is here.

It’s free, and the guys who developed it aren’t planning on making money on it — though they should be getting a commission from Team Obama for helping to disseminate “the right information.”

You can get Obamacare plan and subsidy info without giving up any of your private info.

All you need is a zip code, your age, and an income if you want to look into a subsidy.

Though they did get a CBS Evening News story, the guys who put this together — Michael Wasser, Ning Liang, and George Kalogeropoulos — should be household names by now.

Townhall’s Mike Shedlock had some problems with the alternative site a couple of days ago.

I didn’t have any problems at all. Answers came back instantly. Clicking on “How to Buy” for each plan led to specific instructions on how to contact the carrier.

This should be a profound embarrassment to Barack Obama, Kathleen Sebelius and HealthCare.gov developers.

It also should be cause for profound taxpayer anger. Exactly what are we spending hundreds of millions of dollars on?

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UPDATE: It even splits zip codes into individual counties when necessary.

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