Following the first enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act, Secretary Kathleen Sebelius is resigning.
It's the zombie lie that just won't die.
From this Sunday's Meet the Press, the viewers were treated to yet another round of what I would do if I were advising the president by Hardball host, Chis Matthews. And look out because it seems he's got another man-crush going here, this time with former Reagan and George W. Bush chief of staff, Jim Baker.
I really did not think that anyone mentioned during his segment where Jon Stewart told the media to go f*ck themselves for using him to attack the Affordable Care Act would respond to Stewart's criticism, but I was wrong. I should have known Howard Kurtz and his ego weren't going to let it go without bringing it up.
After Republicans spent their time during last week's hearings demanding apologies for the problems with the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, Bill Moyers asked if it would be "fair to expect just a morsel of apology from the right as well?" I wouldn't be holding my breath for one any time soon.
Jon Stewart just made up for all of the concern trolling we've seen him do for the last few weeks over the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius repeatedly explained to the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Wednesday that it would be “illegal” for her to sign up for coverage in the Obamacare health care exchanges.
Marsha Blackburn, who has been doing her best to sabotage the ACA enrollments, had the nerve to demand an apology from Kathleen Sibelius during the House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing this Wednesday.
Of all the absurd reasons being pushed out there to have Kathleen Sebelius, Rep. John Fleming leads the way by saying he's a tax payer too.
Kate McKinnon plays HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, who advises people to buy airplane tickets to Canada, where they can get cheaper healthcare.
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