President Obama

Desperate to fix the mounting problems plaguing his insurance exchange portal website, Healthcare.gov, President Obama put in a call to telecommunications giant Verizon.

A report on USAToday.com quotes an informed source who says Obama called Verizon's Enterprise Solutions division to beg for help "to improve the performance of the HealthCare.gov site, which is a key component of the Affordable Care Act."

This news comes on the heels of a report that Healthcare.gov needs 5 million lines of code rewritten in order for the site to work properly.

If you recall, President Obama and his National Security Agency (NSA) enlisted the services of Verizon to spy on millions of Verizon customers.

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Oprah Turns Her Back On Obama

President Obama's mishap-riddled Affordable care Act continues to be an embarrassment to his administration. The website that is supposed to give Americans access to the insurance exchanges is still badly broken. The White House admits that only 456,000 out of 30 million qualified Americans have signed up for health insurance. The Obama administration still refuses to release the actual number of total policies sold through the exchanges.

If all of that wasn't bad enough; Obama's best friend -- and staunchest supporter -- Queen Oprah refuses to endorse the problem-plagued ObamaCare.

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ObamaCare Website Still Broken

President Obama is patting himself on the back after Congress approved a last-minute spending bill and averted a near economic disaster last night. The White House has ordered all furloughed employees to return to work this morning. They will receive back pay for the two weeks that they were out. Contract employees are being told they won't receive a penny of back pay.

While Obama runs his victory lap around the White House, his pet project, the Affordable Healthcare Act, is still an Epic FAIL.

According to Politico.com, the Obamacare enrollment website remains inaccessible despite two weeks of Herculean efforts to repair the faulty website infrastructure.

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President Obama looks out White House window

The outlook is positive as the government shutdown enters its 16th day.

The Senate has reached a deal to end the 16-day government shutdown and avert a U.S. Debt disaster that threatens to cripple the American economy.

Politico.com reports Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell are close to announcing an agreement to open the U.S. government and put furloughed gov't employees back to work.

The furloughed employees includes IRS agents and Michelle's Obama's gardeners.

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ObamaCare flops

President Obama's rapacious attempt to lead this country into socialism is failing spectacularly.

When Obama's comprehensive Affordable Care Act insurance law went into effect on October 1st, millions of Californians surfed the exchange website in search of the low rates that Obama promised.

"We had over 5.7 million hits to our website as of 3 p.m. yesterday,' Covered California spokeswoman Kelsey Caldwell told MailOnline Wednesday.

Of those 5 million visitors, only 4,143 applications are pending, she said. That's less than one percent.

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House GOPs await Senate

GOP Majority Leader Eric Cantor posted this photo on his Twitter.com account today. The photo shows House GOP members sitting across the table from a row of empty seats patiently awaiting Senate members. "In divided government, the only way forward is to sit down at the table. The House awaits the Senate..." Cantor tweeted. The majority Democratic Senate members refused to show up for a conference to continue talks that could end the government shutdown.

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    "They're the same thing," noted Kimmel during his opening monologue on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Monday night. "Lo and behold, we found people who did not know that," he said as the audience chuckled.

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  • The Senate Rejects House Amendments to Spending Bill

    The Senate voted today to reject the House GOP's amendment to defer ObamaCare for one year. The provision was killed by an all-Democratic vote earlier today. The House GOP's amendments also included a Conscience Clause, or an opt-out for contraceptive coverage.

    The ball is back in the House GOP's court. Unless there is a last minute change of heart by the House GOP leaders, the government will shut down at midnight tonight.

    House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) stands by his decision not to accept a spending bill that does not include provisions to delay or defund ObamaCare for at least one year.

    President Barack Obama said he was not resigned to a shutdown and plans to continue talking to congressional leaders.

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    Government shutdown

    The government is on the verge of shutting down for the first time in 17 years. The reason behind the shutdown is simple: Republicans are intent on delaying the implementation of ObamaScare for one year.

    If the Republicans don't get their way the midnight deadline for a budget agreement to keep the government running will pass.

    The Senate and the House (which makes up Congress) are divided along party lines. Republicans control the House, and Democrats are the majority in the Senate.

    Last week, the Senate killed language in the spending bill that would scrap funding for ObamaCare. The bill was sent back to the House to start over, but the House refuses to budge on the healthcare law.

    Congress is at a stalemate. Even if the Senate voted to defund ObamaCare, the White House promised to veto the measure.

    If Congress can't reach a decision on the spending bill by midnight on October 1st, the government will effectively shut down.

    But what does a gov't shutdown mean for you?

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