In spite of the overwhelming effort of our Governor and some legislators, the people of South Carolina will eventually find out what is in the exchanges and how to obtain affordable insurance policies. When they do, they will realize how badly our politicians have served us.
Thank you, Ms. Rhyne, for attempting to explain why the software is so difficult to write. I strongly believe that only people who actually write code fully understand the problems and the fixes. That goes double for members of Congress. Every time I hear a member of Congress weighing in on what is wrong with HealthCare.gov and shake my head in disbelief that these non-science, non-mathematical, non-coding legislators feel the need to pontificate on things that don't understand.
Every large coding project has had rollout problems. HealthCare.gov should not be expected to be an exception. For the moment, people ARE getting through and policies are being issued. Over time the internet access will improve. Some day i will be to the point that it only fails occasionally -- just like all other software.
I would love to see solar panels over much of our huge asphalt parking lots. Cars could be parked under them. The parked cars would stay cooler and the asphalt would not absorb so much heat -- heat that it radiates back out, making us hotter.
Because net metering is not available, a homeowner who wants to use solar must set up his own storage batteries and dc-to-ac converter. It takes an electrical engineer to do it.
Contrast that with NJ, where my son had solar panels installed on his roof. When he generates more power than he uses it automatically is sent to the utility company, which pays him for his power. AND, the state of NJ gave him a huge tax incentiv to buy the solar panels to begin with.
It's the Republicans who refused to work out ANY deal on healthcare. It's a Republican solution, for pity sake. It's the SAME as RomneyCare.
The Republicans have NO PLAN -- only sabotage.
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