Peer reviewing is good for the soul if you want to learn from your mistakes and build better systems. I use peer review all the time to test ideas, software, and research.
How much better would Obamacare be if it had run through a peer review process? Well, it is going through peer review now to get things fixed.
Here is an interview with President Carter in Parade, and you guessed it Obama comes up.
On how he would evaluate the Obama presidency so far:
JC: “He’s done the best he could under the circumstances. His major accomplishment was Obamacare, and the implementation of it now is questionable at best.”
Ouch. Your Democratic President peer with years more experience lays it out to the public. Sometimes the best way to get people to change is not to tell the person, but to tell the public what you would tell that person.
Oh yeh, BTW I found this article through one of my super smart friends I have known for 25 years. He has Apple, Adobe, Microsoft, Google on his resume. I have HP, Apple, Microsoft. With friends to run peer reviews, we try not to do really stupid things like Obamacare V1.0.
Hey that’s it. Obamacare will be like Windows, it will be good in version 3.0. Who was a Windows 1.0 or 2.0 user. By the time 3.0 came out there were 10X-100X more users. Oops, that’s not going to help Obamacare now.