Wednesday, October 23, 2013

They did what?

The Obamacare debacle isn't the first whopper of a failure for the tech firm behind Obamacare's website.


The company previously failed in an attempt to put together a national gun registry for Canada.

But wait! Breitbart News says there's more:
The failed gun registry was only one of CGI's many Canadian failures, which included canceled contracts to build health care databases in the provinces of Ontario and New Brunswick. Despite CGI's checkered record, the Obama administration awarded its U.S. subsidiary, CGI Federal, the $93.7 million contract to build, part of $678 million in health care services contracts awarded to the company. 
Sure seems suspicious that Team Obama lined up a data company with a nightmare record.

It's almost like they planned for to fail.

I hope someone's working to follow the money on this one.

Bad as things are, I suspect there's still more in play here than we yet know.

1 comment:

  1. Well the way the obungler White house operates, I am sure that somebody got paid off with "Campaign contributions" or something like that. it is the Chicago way.