Nothing more is needed to prove the incompetence behind the developers of the Obama Care website. But as soon as we think that we’ve heard it all, some other allegation surfaces that tops the last.

According to a top I.T. official for the Obama Care exchanges, days before the website was to launch, White House officials were concerned that the site would be unavailable after the launch and result in a colossal embarrassment. In an e-mail from Henry Chao, the Obama Care Project Manager, it was suggested that the administration come up with a way to tell the public that the website was not functioning — to avoid media “hyperbole.” 

Of course, President Obama insists that he was never informed directly that the website would not be working correctly.

What do you think?