- Don’t worry—only a small percentage of Obamacare enrollees had errors. I mean, anything below 100% is a small percentage, right?
- HHS wanted to withhold subpoenaed documents from Darryl Issa’s oversight committee. The reason was that they don’t trust Congress to have documents which could lead to a security breach in HealthCare.gov. Can we not see some of these HHS clowns fired, if not thrown into jail for obstruction of justice?
- The reason that they didn’t want those documents going out is that they prove that people knew all about the security vulnerabilities in HealthCare.gov before the site went live.
- HHS is bringing in the big guns: Clippy.
- Remember when Democrats hated the idea of nullification? To be fair, they were the original fans of the notion that the executive branch would enforce only what laws its head deemed fit.
- Laura Trueman points out that Obamacare’s pushing people on Medicaid isn’t a good thing.
- And look, it’s not just the feds who screwed things up. It’s also states like California.