[ExI] readers digest version of hayek

spike spike66 at att.net
Sun Oct 27 16:47:27 UTC 2013



>. On Behalf Of Kelly Anderson

I couldn't help but notice a comment by Health and Human Services' Kathleen
Sebelius, "The majority of people calling for me to resign I would say are
people who I don't work for, and who do not want this program to work in the
first place."


>.Spike, I heard this same argument on Hannity, and you're better than him.


You flatter me sir.  He has the TV show.  All I have is you guys.


>. Kathleen Sebelius is a despicable human being.


Never met her, don't know anything about her personally.


>. and bureaucrat who has done horrible things in the name of supporting
Obamacare, but this is honestly a poorly formed argument.-Kelly


Criticism accepted!  I won't do it again.  This week.  Well, depending on
what your definition of week is.  {8^]


I must repeat and reinforce a previous comment: knowing what was at stake
here, I am astonished HHS would not have discovered in time the coming
catastrophe and stopped the rollout, looking for some face-saving way to
postpone until they could fix the site, perhaps by blaming Tea Party
activists.  It feels like it was insider sabotage, but I cannot figure out
the angle or motive.


Of course, just because the US government's credibility has been shredded
beyond recognition does not mean we are not allowed to have some fun with
it.  Ms. Sebelius was on Saturday Night Live last night.  Check it






The SLN gag is a lot funnier if you have actually tried to use the site and
have been stuck on the spinning rainbow for several minutes, then had it
time out while you were waiting for it to respond.  This is a rare example
of geek humor, especially funny for internet hipsters.  Well done, SNL!




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