Friday, October 25, 2013

Why Would Sec. Sebelius Resign?

While the US government has rolled out for everyone to sign up for healthcare, the site is filled with glitches and people are finding themselves unable to sign up. Thankfully President Obama played "Telemarketer-in-Chief" and gave out a 1-800 number to call. The company who made the website blamed the Obama administration for the website's problems and people are pissed millions of our tax dollars went to building the website. People want blood, (figuratively speaking), by means of a firing or resignation. Their target? US Sec. of Health and Human Services, Kathleen Sebelius. That's right, because a website is down, they want her out. Seriously? Over a website?

Even if the website being mucked up was a just reason to get rid of Sebelius, what makes you think President Obama would do it?

Who was fired after the Benghazi attack? Not Sec. of State Clinton, that's for sure. Was really anything done during or after the attack? We know President Obama got a full night's rest before his trip to a campaign fundraiser in Las Vegas the next day, but was anything else done? <cricket>, <cricket>

Who was fired after the Fast and Furious came to light? Not Attorney General Holder, that's for sure. President Obama is quick to make poster victims out of dead kids but hold someone accountable for a dead ATF agent? Naaaaah.

What about the IRS? They've had a couple doozies lately, from spending 100s of thousands of our tax dollars on stupid videos to extravagant and useless conventions. Oh, and let's not forget their targeting of the Tea Baggers. Sure Lois Lerner retired, but would you want to risk your six figure pension? Yea, I didn't think so.

So friend(s), if no one at the top was fired or forced to resign over a dead ATF agent, a slaughtered ambassador and three others in Libya, outrageous, wasteful spending, or the targeting of a political group by the government...what makes anyone think Sec. Sebelius will be held accountable over a damned website.

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