Friday, April 11, 2014

Rotating Hacks

One thing you can be sure of and that is no matter who the public official is that "resigns" there will certainly be a partisan hack behind them ready to go to new heights of incompetence.

On Thursday, Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius resigned her position. The New York Times reported the resignation as a punishment for failure:
Officials said Ms. Sebelius, 65, made the decision to resign and was not forced out. But the frustration at the White House over her performance had become increasingly clear, as administration aides worried that the crippling problems at, the website set up to enroll Americans in insurance exchanges, would result in lasting damage to the president’s legacy.
So Sebelius stuck around just long enough to reach the mythical 7 million enrollment number so Obama didn’t have a major public relations fiasco on his hands. Then she was forced out – although, in a final touch of somewhat charming bewilderment, she announced to the press that she had no clue just how many Americans who signed up for Obamacare were previously uninsured. Competent to the very last drop.
This, of course, provided a vicious coup de grace to Sebelius’ waning reputation. In order to prevent the fallout from wounding The One, Obama acolytes rushed to Sebelius’ defense, hoping to rehabilitate both her and Obamacare by proxy.~snip~
Forcing Sebelius out does nothing to change the fact that many Americans were hurt badly by her clumsy implementation of Obamacare. The only thing that will change is the name of the one in charge of the clusterf*ck known as Obamacare.

Also in case anyone is still buying the BS about Obamacare victims not being real.


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