This morning, Bob posted on the outrageous waste of money called the Health Exchange, and to which I added a note about its apparently non-trivial cyber-security problems.

But it apparently doesn't take Romanian hackers to fundamentally destroy the site's credibility or usefulness:

"According to [a report from the health department inspector general], the administration was unable to resolve 2.6 million so-called "inconsistencies" out of a total of 2.9 million such problems from October through December 2013."

That's a 90% fail rate. And that's even after "applicants submitted appropriate documentation."


Oh, and there's this: out of those 330,000 or so cases that were actually "fixable," only about 3% were actually resolved. And that's a 97% fail rate.

My apologies to those of us who were told that there'd be no math.