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Should Kathleen Sebelius Resign For "Gross Incompetence"


Once elected from the same pool of voters, a Kansas Senator is now calling on a former Kansas Governor to resign her presidential cabinet post. Sen. Pat Roberts, R-Kansas says the first 11 days of enrollment in the new health care exchanges created by the Affordable Care Act have been "disastrous." Roberts statement says the situation shows "gross incompetence." “Today we know, the problems with the exchanges are systematic, profound and indisputable, (and) yet the Secretary won’t shoot straight with the American people. How long do we let this failed exchange continue to operate?"

 
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    TSAD (tsadjatko) 3 years ago

    Really? Check back in a month and let us know how it is working - experts say the whole thing could have been done and working for $5 million and 15 good programers (not over $500 million Sebelius spent). The way it was done is a hacker's wet dream.


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    junkseller 3 years ago

    You are seriously confused. I have no loyalty or love for Obama, Sebelius, or the Democrats. I simply want things fixed, which means firing whoever was ACTUALLY responsible rather than whoever will satisfy your stupid partisanship.


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