“Sebelius’ Parting Words: ‘And Unfortunately, a Page Is Missing’”
Honestly. You don’t know whether to laugh or cry:
Outgoing Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius officially announced her resignation Friday, but just like the glitches that plagued the federal website for Obamacare – healthcare.gov – which she was responsible for, Sebelius experienced a glitch of her own when the last page of her speech went missing.
“So the personal reward for me at the end of the day are the folks who approach me, the strangers who approach me at a meeting or pass me a note on a plane or hand me a phone with someone on the other end saying thank you. Their stories are so heartening about finally feeling secure and knowing they can take care of themselves and their families. Unfortunately, a page is missing,” she said after a long pause.
Sadly, over 2000 pages of the ObamaCare monstrosity remain accounted for, and their numbers will continue to grow and spread like Canada Thistle, which the delicate manicured hands of our elected officials won’t be pulling them out any time soon.
— Though now that I think about it, maybe that’s why even the GOP is clamoring for amnesty: to do the hard work American politicians won’t do!
Anyway, the irony of Sebelius screwing up another “rollout” of sorts is, I think, worth pointing out. If only to torture ourselves by reminding ourselves that we’ve entrusted these people to run the government for us.