The Spanish language version of healthcare.gov has a bad case of 'no se puede"!

Silvio Canto, Jr.
President Obama told us that the ObamaCare website, and call center, would service 150 languages.

Let's confirm right now that "la version en espanol no sirve."    This is from CBS Philly:

"An indefinite delay of the Spanish language version of the Affordablehttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png Care Act website threatens the viability of the program as a whole, according to area experts.

CuidadoSalud.gov was supposed to roll out this month, but although the website exists, the option to enroll electronically doesn't.

That option does exist on Healthcare.gov, although the system has been plagues with problems."

ObamaCare will need a lot of young people to sign up to fund the program. Hispanics will be a very big part of that younger population, as my good friend Israel Ortega of The Heritage Foundation reported a few weeks ago:

"What's more, considering that 65 percent of Hispanics are millennials, they can expect to pay more to cover costs for wealthier Americans. Rates will likely increase by an average of 169 percent for the young, while older people will pay about 22 percent less, according to Generation Opportunity, a national organization committed to promoting liberty to young Americans."

That does not sound like the 'affordable" insurance that we were promised at the "si se puede" rally!

We can tell you again that English and Spanish are not working as planned  Wonder how the other 148 language interfaces are doing?

P.S. You can hear CANTO TALK here & follow me on Twitter @ scantojr.


President Obama told us that the ObamaCare website, and call center, would service 150 languages.

Let's confirm right now that "la version en espanol no sirve."    This is from CBS Philly:

"An indefinite delay of the Spanish language version of the Affordablehttp://images.intellitxt.com/ast/adTypes/icon1.png Care Act website threatens the viability of the program as a whole, according to area experts.

CuidadoSalud.gov was supposed to roll out this month, but although the website exists, the option to enroll electronically doesn't.

That option does exist on Healthcare.gov, although the system has been plagues with problems."

ObamaCare will need a lot of young people to sign up to fund the program. Hispanics will be a very big part of that younger population, as my good friend Israel Ortega of The Heritage Foundation reported a few weeks ago:

"What's more, considering that 65 percent of Hispanics are millennials, they can expect to pay more to cover costs for wealthier Americans. Rates will likely increase by an average of 169 percent for the young, while older people will pay about 22 percent less, according to Generation Opportunity, a national organization committed to promoting liberty to young Americans."

That does not sound like the 'affordable" insurance that we were promised at the "si se puede" rally!

We can tell you again that English and Spanish are not working as planned  Wonder how the other 148 language interfaces are doing?

P.S. You can hear CANTO TALK here & follow me on Twitter @ scantojr.