I was rather surprised to see this lineup of questions proposed by NPR for HHS head failure Kathleen Sebelius. At the same time, she is now a very convenient scapegoat for the failure of ObamaCare. After all, the more attention of Sebelius gets (and she is a large part of the problem but like all Obama’s minions, just a gog in his machine), the less is on Obama. I’m all for that at this point. Remember, we want them to be destroyed by their arrogance and hubris. If they throw Sebelius under the bus, Obama will proceed full steam ahead. Despite just hitting an iceberg.
The hottest hot seat in Washington is the one occupied by Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, whose office confirmed Monday she’ll testify about the Internet disaster that is Healthcare.gov, the Affordable Care Act website.
It’s not yet clear when she’ll go before Congress, but it won’t be soon enough for the Republicans who are calling for her resignation. Sebelius originally declined to appear before the House Energy and Commerce Committee Thursday, saying she had a scheduling conflict.
Many Democrats are also fuming at the shambolic roll out of the federal health exchange website, which isn’t just an embarrassment to the administration but a threat to President Obama’s legacy.
When she does testify, here are five questions Sebelius will almost certainly get:
What did she know and when did she know it?
How many people have actually “enrolled” for health insurance through the health exchanges?
How can anyone trust that the problems will be fixed in time when past Obama administration assurances proved so wrong?
Do the problems with Obamacare support the delaying of the individual mandate for a year?
Given the scope of the problem, shouldn’t she resign?
They expand in each question. Click through and read the whole thing.
In the meantime, here are some updates:
Woman Nearly Faints Behind Obama As He Talks About Obamacare
(Did she just see the $5000 deductible and 40% co-pay?)