Luke Chung, president and founder of software and database company HMS, appeared on MSNBC’s “Jansing & Co” Thursday talking about just how bad the website is, only to find host Chris Jansing making excuses for the law.
“I don’t know why they made it so complicated,” Chung said. “This really shouldn’t be that difficult. This is the automation of a paper form onto a website and then it’s supposed to do some look ups to provide subsidies. In the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t provide health care, it doesn’t even provide insurance. It’s applying for something.”
Host Jansing then explained that other countries and states have made successful exchanges, and suggested that comparing the two is like comparing apples and oranges.
“Is it a little bit like comparing apples and oranges because the number of people involved in this and the number of states is so big and so much bigger than had been anticipated?” Jansing asked.
“That seems like an excuse that people are raising,” Chung said.
“It is just an awful website built by people who really are specializing in getting government contracts and not necessarily delivering technical expertise,” Chung criticized later.
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