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Kathleen Sebelius; A History of Failure

Discussion in 'News & Current Events' started by Bro. Curtis, Oct 24, 2013.

  1. Bro. Curtis

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    Obama administration Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius’ failure at designing websites to provide government services began during her term as governor of Kansas, long before the Obamacare website debacle, Kansas political insiders told The Daily Caller.

    Sebelius oversaw numerous costly and disastrous government website projects during her six-year governorship (2003-2009), including a failed update of the Department of Labor’s program to provide unemployment pay and other services and similar updates pertaining to the Department of Administration and the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) services.

    The Department of Labor’s overhaul of its computer programs was a notable boondoggle, according to 14-year former Kansas state senator and former state Labor Secretary Karin Brownlee.....

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/10/23/l...erving-in-obama-administration/#ixzz2iemDK1hL
  2. thisnumbersdisconnected

    Apr 11, 2013
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    I agree, Sebelius had an abysmal record as governor here, and one of her lasting "legacies" is the complete top-to-bottom redesign of the DMV computer system, which has now been online for three years and still doesn't work right, resulting in interminable lines at the county-run tag offices and forcing the state to spend even more money on a call-in system that allows customers to put themselves in an electronic queue that may still require them to wait three hours before heading to the tag office. It also forced lawmakers to extend temp tag expirations from 30 days to 60 days, given it isn't certain you can actually get a decently timed appointment to transfer tags or title a new vehicle within 30 days.

    Still, this all seems like a setup to put the whole blame and onus of the ACA website failure at her feet, making her -- as I said in another post yesterday -- the prepped and primed scapegoat ready to be released into the wilderness. I think it is far more likely this whole fiasco was planned from the beginning, though even they did not realize what a great rate of failure they were unleashing on the unsuspecting uninsured public. There was every intention of being slow, and forcing the gathering of information prior to anyone being allowed to see what was behind doors 1, 2 and 3.

    The collection of personal information in order to have control over everyone in the nation is what this whole system is about, not healthcare.