Boehner tries signing up for health care...but can't

 

McClatchy Washington Bureau

No surprise here....House Speaker John Boehner tried to access the Affordable Care Act web site and got nowhere.

"After putting in my personal information, I received an error message," he said after trying to access the Washington, D.C. exchange.

"I was able to work past that," Boehner added, "but when I went to actually sign up for coverage, I got this 'internal server error' screen."

He couldn't get any further, and he's now got a call into the help desk.

"Guess I'll just have to keep trying," Boehner said.

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