Jay Leno: Al Qaeda's Website is Easier to Use than Obamacare
Late night host Jay Leno joined the culture-wide mockery of Obamacare last night. In his monologue, Leno compared Healthcare.gov's "glitches" to al Qaeda's website.
LENO: "Here’s a very disturbing story. You may have heard about this 25-year-old man in New York arrested for trying to join al Qaeda. Well, here is the amazing part. He said it was still easier to join al Qaeda using their website than it was to sign up for ObamaCare. And he was in! He was in, in like, two minutes! [Laughter and applause] Well, President Obama said yesterday, when it comes to all the problems with the ObamaCare website, he said, "No one is madder than me." So apparently he hasn't met any of these Republicans, I guess. [Laughter] And of course, you know, today, boy, it's, and you know, it is hard, because today there were more problems with the website. It seems when you type in your age, it's confusing, because it's not clear if they want the age you are right now or the age you'll be when you finally log in. [Laughter] So there’s a period there."
On Monday night, The Daily Show's Jon Stewart ripped Healthcare.gov in a hilarious segment that spanned several minutes and flayed the website's "glitches" in excruciating detail.