Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is taking a page
from President Obama's book and traveling the country to peddle bad
policy instead of trying to fix the problems which have plagued Obama
Care and the Healthcare.gov website since its launch on October 1st. Two
days after telling Tennessee Congressman Marsha Blackburn to "hold me
accountable for the debacle," and "I'm committed to earning your
confidence back by fixing the site," during a Congressional hearing,
Sebelius will be at the Benjamin L. Hooks Central Library in Memphis
today to talk about the Affordable Care Act.
"Unless she is there to check out a book about website development, then we can expect more excuses and misinformation from this administration," said Tennessee Republican Party Chairman Chris Devaney. "In Washington we have President Obama trying to defend his deceitful insurance sales pitch of 'if you like it you can keep it,' while Sebelius and HHS try to explain the debacle that is healthcare.gov."
"The whole thing looks like a snake oil medicine show being orchestrated from the White House. Unfortunately for President Obama and Secretary Sebelius the bad policy the administration is trying to peddle continues to develop more symptoms of its impending failure than a cure for what ails it," concluded Devaney.