Hat tip John Speedie for audio
Kathleen Sibelius, a former governor of Kansas, is the secretary of Health and Human Services, another one of President Obama's horrible choices to fill his cabinet and running an over-bloated and too-powerful government bureaucracy. Unfortunately, this bureaucracy is also front and center in implementing Obamacare.
Just months ago, this cold woman dismissed pleas to waive HHS rules so a 10-year-old girl- weeks from dying- could get a lung transplant.
"Some people live, and some people die," was her comment at the time.
Fortunately, a judge intervened and the girl got the transplant.
So now for the incompetence. Sibelius and her gang of cronies have had three years to get this monster called the Affordable Health Care sign on apparatus up on the internet. Three years and hundreds of millions of dollars, I might add.
And it doesn't work.
"Sorry, Kathy. System's down and your password is rejected."
Not only that, very few people have registered. Either they can't, have given up, or they didn't intend to in the first place. Fox News reported today that in Alaska, a grand total of 7-seven- people have signed up.
"Ah wunnerful, ah wunnerful, ah"
So now come the calls to resign, and the Republicans in the House want to subpoena her to testify as to how this gross incompetence could occur on her watch. None of it will do any good. Just like Eric Holder, she will ignore calls for her to resign and Obama will ignore calls for him to fire her.(If he did that, he would, by rights, have to fire himself.)
Well, we fought it and lost. Right now, I am resigned and content to just sit back and enjoy the show as this monster does its thing. Chances are it will destroy itself. And Kathleen Sibelius will probably waltz off to become president of the University of Kansas or some such thing. That's what these boobs do when they leave government, don't they.?