This reminds me of people who have to buy their Iphone on day 1 of the sales. Standing in line for hours on end, frustrated, cold, hot, wet, whatever because you just have to be one of the first.
Even DP has had problems lately and DP is pretty well established. Trying to judge the efficacy of Obamacare by website malfunctions o day 1 is reaching, reaching, reaching. C'mon folks. Calm down.
My son is a software crises fixer. It's a full time job debugging software. I suspect that dozens of engineers are fixing the errors and if you can just wait a week, you'll probably have a better experience.
As for Obamacare itself, lets face it. It's here. Just deal with it. If it fails, they'll change it. Otherwise, in 2016, you can elect somebody with software experience.
In the meantime, I really wish the USG could reopen. The point has been made. Can we just move on? If Obamacare sucks that much, it will die of its own accord (I think).