Porkish, too big to fail, contractors run amok, not as promised, potential financial house of cards, high opportunity cost, blatant technological blunders, dependent on optimistic numbers, unrealistic timelines and a total lack of responsibility from bureaucrats… The list goes on. Regardless of the politics here, do you find stark similarities between the Affordable Care Act rollout debacle and the F-35 program’s struggles? Were both flawed concepts to begin with? I am just pondering the thought here as it has been nagging at me throughout the week.
PS: Please refrain from political attacks here, the left and the right are both taken aback with how much was promised and how little was delivered when it comes to the technology, timeline and stability behind this legislation. Let’s keep it civil and learn from one another. To clear myself here of political motivation, although I do not believe this piece of legislation should have ever been made into law, I am not entirely against a single payer system or fixing our national healthcare issues one piece of legislation at a time.