Zach Galifianakis is now HealthCare.gov's biggest traffic driver
The Internet giveth, and the Internet taketh away. Or maybe that should be the other way around. Months after HealthCare.gov's botched launch, it's suddenly enjoying a burst of popularity. Where is all the love coming from? According to the White House's top spokesperson for health care, it's the comedy site FunnyorDie.com: What's driving the explosion in traffic? Obama went on Zach Galifianakis' mock interview show, "Between Two Ferns" — and Obama made a pitch to younger Americans to sign up for insurance. "I wouldn't be with you here today if I didn't have something to plug," Obama said. "Have you heard of the Affordable Care Act?"
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