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Regardless of language, website remains disaster

January 15, 2014
Gary Andersen, Lee Smith , Fairmont Sentinel

President Barack Obama and his liberal allies waste few opportunities to assure Hispanics in America that they should rely on the Democrat Party. But the delayed rollout of the Spanish-language website for Obamacare demonstrates just how much the White House really cares.

Millions of people in this country speak only Spanish, meaning an Obamacare website using that language is essential. But even after the disastrous debut of the English-language version, the Obama administration has botched the Spanish-language website.

Spanish-speaking "navigators" hired to help people sign up for Obamacare say the site is so full of grammatical errors and other challenges that some Spanish-speakers need translators to help them understand it.

It includes other glitches, such as a set of instructions in Spanish that direct users to a form in English.

For Obama, it is just one more promesa rota - broken promise.

 
 

 

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