Washington (CNN) - The disastrous roll out of the Affordable Care Act raises a litany of questions about President Barack Obama's leadership and management ability. But it also begs for an answer to who would take the fall.
As problems mount, Rep. Nick Rahall, D-West Virginia, said Thursday that "heads should have rolled" at the White House.
" The disastrous roll out of the Affordable Care Act raises a litany of questions about President Barack Obama's leadership and management ability. But it also begs for an answer to who would take the fall."
Leigh Ann, Leigh Ann. Sigh. You're at the wrong netw–
Never mind, this is Fox South now, I forgot. My bad.
This is yet another recycled article from yesterday. Just can't get enough of trying to perpetuate this, eh CNN? Gotta keep that drumbeat going, right?
Funny the about-face pulled by the GOP:
A few weeks into the launch of the most sweeping health care reform law in a generation, John Boehner declared that the implementation was a disaster.
"The implementation," the Republican leader said, "has been horrendous. We've made it far more complicated than it should be."
Boehner, of course, was talking about the rollout of the new Medicare prescription drug benefit - known as Part D - enacted in 2003 by President George W. Bush. He discussed the implementation woes during a Feb. 6, 2006 appearance on "Fox News Sunday," on his fifth day as House majority leader.
The Obama administration, where blind loyalty is rewarded no matter what the level of incompetence. It is the American TAXPAYER that pays her salary and she works for US. This incompetent as well as others needs to go and go fast. Otherwise Obama looks like a weak dithering leader. Nothing new there huh?!
You're doing a heckuva job, Sebilius!
this will all work for the better if people would be more emphathetic towards the econic disposition.