Oregon ObamaCare and Oracle

Another Liberal enclave is feeling the heat of ObamaCare. Despite millions being spent on their exchange, Oregon doesn’t have one. And they still owe Oracle Corporation $23 million in disputed bills. So Oracle is suing Oregon.

Keep in mind that Oracle software is run in almost half the major corporations in the world, but the vendor hired by the government couldn’t get it to work.


Oracle said the government officials are using their software despite owing $23 million. Software is like fake boobs in that, it’s not like Oracle can just rip out the software.

Oregon’s health-insurance enrollment website was never launched to the general public. State officials have blamed Oracle, but the company says the state’s bad management is responsible.

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Gov. John Kitzhaber has called for the state to sue Oracle and recover some of the $134 million it has already paid to the Redwood City, California, company.

In June, Oregon issued legal demands for documents that could become evidence in a possible lawsuit against Oracle under the state’s False Claims Act.

Too bad Oracle doesn’t have a leg to stand on, as almost every gadget in the world runs JAVA.