The website problems with regards to the roll out of the Affordable Care Act can be fixed. Regardless of the site's overloading dilemma, the law is still in effect. The law can't be torpedoed unless Congress repeals it. The only way that is going to happen in this administration is if Congress has a veto-proof majority in favor of Republicans which won't happen.
The website which was opened for the Affordable Health Care Act has been all but repaired and is in working order. For those concerned about privacy, I think we just need to remember that the government has all of our information anyway, if not through the IRS, then through the NSA. I do not believe this law is going to self implode. It has been implemented and it won't be going anywhere, any time soon.
The thing is, the law is working, but a lot of attention has been paid to the problems that the website has been having, which just goes to show you how liberal the media apparently is, right? The Internet issues need to be addressed, and they will be, but the law will remain the law, and for good reason.
No, Obamacare's website problems are not going to torpedo the law, because the law is still in place, no matter how terribly it is administered. The government can make it impossible to sign up for health insurance, but the last still requires us to have it. The government makes us do a lot of other things inefficiently. Obamacare is no different. The website is slow, and we all just have to deal with it.
In reality, Obamacare won't be sunk by its website problems, which have already been fixed by most accounts. The healthcare reform law will still continue as planned, even as Republicans attempt to get it nullified or destroyed. Obamacare has its flaws, but a few website issues aren't the end of the world.
The inability for many people to access the Obamacare website might have thwarted people and stopped more people from signing up for insurance through the exchange, but I believe there are so many poor people who are so happy to finally be covered for insurance through Medicare that it would be very hard to take that away from them.
Obamacare law relevance is not pertaining to the website. The Affordable Heath care Act has its problems with the website. Problems with a website unless it is in regards to the national security has no relevance or significance to the law. The Obamacare health plan website has not legal relevance.