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RandySF

(60,281 posts)
Sun Dec 1, 2013, 04:49 PM Dec 2013

Biased ABC News Refuses to Believe That the Obamacare Website is Fixed

The mainstream media is taking the news that the ACA website is fixed very badly today, but few are taking it worse than biased ABC News. ABC is refusing to admit that the site is fixed.

ABC News used the headline “White House Declares Obamacare Website Fixed, But Problems Persist,” which basically accused the White House of lying about the status of the ACA website.

The problem is that ABC’s own story contradicts their biased headline.

ABC based their headline on the fact that the website has a downtime rate of 5%. Most website owners will tell you that they want 100% uptime, but that is unrealistic. Every website is going to fail or go down at some point, so the most realistic expectation is for 99%+ uptime. The ACA website is at 95%, which is a gigantic improvement from the 40% uptime rate when the site launched.


http://www.politicususa.com/2013/12/01/biased-abc-news-refuses-obamacare-website-fixed.html

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Biased ABC News Refuses to Believe That the Obamacare Website is Fixed (Original Post) RandySF Dec 2013 OP
Of course ABC won't admit the site is fixed NastyRiffraff Dec 2013 #1

NastyRiffraff

(12,448 posts)
1. Of course ABC won't admit the site is fixed
Sun Dec 1, 2013, 04:56 PM
Dec 2013

What are they going to talk about if they admit the administration met its deadline.

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