Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Is Obama completely incompetent or is Kathleen Sebelius a liar?

 Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius claims in a CNN interview that Barack Obama didn't know there were issues with the Obamacare website until after October 1st. Either Sebelius is lying or Obama is a completely incompetent chief executive. This was a $500 billion website design project that would affect millions of Americans and was key to Obama's only accomplishment as President. Obama should have been asking about the status in weekly cabinet meetings and reading reports on the progress of the project. If Sebelius misled Obama in those meetings and reports, she should be fired. If Obama failed to have the meetings or read the reports, he should be fired. If Obama actually knew about the problems and failed to take emergency action action, he should be fired. Catastrophes like this are why the President should be someone with chief executive experience preferably in both business and government. If only someone like that had ran against Obama in 2012.
President Barack Obama didn’t know of problems with the Affordable Care Act’s website — despite insurance companies’ complaints and the site’s crashing during a test run — until days into its now well-documented abysmal launch, the nation’s health chief told CNN on Tuesday.
In an exclusive interview with CNN’s Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius admitted that there is concern in her department and the White House over the technical debacle surrounding the Obamacare website rollout, saying “no one could be more frustrated than I am and the president.”
The site was supposed to make it simple for people to search and sign-up for new health care policies starting on October 1, but instead it’s been clunky and, at times, inoperable.
“We’re not at all satisfied with the workings of the website,” Sebelius said. “We want it to be smooth and easy and let consumers’ compare plans.” Keep on reading...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Don't you mean 500 million dollars?