Cooper: A Faulty Obama Campaign Website Would Have Been Fixed Immediately

‘Could you imagine if their website had been like this during the campaign? You think they would have stood for that?’

Anderson Cooper: If Obama Campaign Site Had Not Worked, They Would Have Fixed It ASAP (Mediaite)

On AC360 Tuesday night, Anderson Cooper brought up an interesting new perspective in the Obamacare web failure debate: if this had happened in any way to the Obama campaign website, they would have fixed it right away and not allowed it to be non-functioning for weeks on end.

The entire panel, from Andrew Sullivan to Frank Bruni, agreed that the website rollout has been a disaster so far. Cooper noted the “vaunted web effort” the Obama 2012 campaign had, and posed this hypothetical.

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