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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 30 2013 11:50 a.m. MDT

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cindyacre
Shelley, ID

Mr. Waxman, I don't know about your premiums, but mine went up - many have, making LESS affordable for us. And, if a website isn't secure, no one is obligated to leave sensitive information on it. No one.

JLFuller
Boise, ID

I doubt the Obama administration is the first, but keeping an obviously incompetent, self-serving politician as Kathleen Sibelius is enough to make ordinary people wretch. But then again this entire administration is littered with incompetent hacks. It seems safe to conclude that the bigger the government the more we see such people. It certainly makes the case for smaller government if for no other reason than to reduce their number. On second thought, replacing Obama with a Republican would just be changing one incompetent hack for another. I fear we are doomed. :)

ute alumni
paradise, UT

Sebelius and obama are the epitome of total incompetence. both ought to do the right thing and leave office. I am not holding my breath. neither would hold a job in ANY field in the private sector. It just goes to show how low the bar is for government career employees.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

Obamacare is so scared to the dems they shut down the government and risked default on many obligations (but NOT the debt) to protect it.

Obamacare is more important to the dems than protecting those who attempt to sign up from identity theft.

Obamacare is more important to the dems than their integrity (if they ever had any) when you consider all the lies told to sell it and broken promises strewn across the headlines.

Makes you wonder about the intelligence of those who go to such great lengths to protect a bill that is so flawed and is proving more and more unpopular with the average American.

patriot
Cedar Hills, UT

I think this poor woman and Jay Carney ought to compare notes since they both have been tasked with defending the indefensible while Barack trots around the country on his happy little campaign trip.

Say No to BO
Mapleton, UT

You cannot really defend a foolhardy plan. System problems are only the tip of the iceberg.
I heard an analogy on the radio this morning. Let's say you run the Insurance Diner and you make a living selling breakfast for $3. Two eggs, two slices of bacon, two pieces of toast. You serve 100 customers a day and make about 4% profit.
Along comes the government with 200 customers. Nice increase in volume. But they make it all-you-can-eat and some customers eat 20 eggs and 20 strips of bacon.
Over time will that breakfast still cost $3? There is no way.

TRUTH
Salt Lake City, UT

Lets just call Obamacare.....clunkers for clunkers! What an unmitigated disaster....the President is crashing in the polls faster than a light speeding crashing train wreck

worf
Mcallen, TX

Lying in court brings punishment.

Why do political leaders get away with lying, and committing fraud to the American people?

worf
Mcallen, TX

* I will cut the deficit in half
* I will bring the troops in Afghanistan home in 2013.
* Unemployment will go below seven percent
* Insurance rates will be lowered up to $2,500 a year
* You won't see your taxes rise a single dime.
* I will not sign anything that would add a single dime to the debt.
* You can keep your plans, and doctors.
* I didn't know about Benghazi, IRS scandals, or guns to Mexican cartels.

Our country has been scammed, and the commander has committed fraud on the American people.

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