Senator Max Baucus says the Obamacare rollout was “unacceptable,” according to this report by Politico:
“Needless to say, it has been a rocky rollout. Problems have plagued the website and limited the ability of Americans to buy the health insurance” they need, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus said at the opening of a hearing with Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius about the rollout of the Affordable Care Act.
She is before the Finance Committee for the first time since last April when Baucus memorably told her he worried about a “train wreck” if implementation of the health law did not get better. On Wednesday, he addressed the “train wreck” comment indirectly, saying his words have been used to “malign” the law. “Make no mistake, I believe in this law,” he said.
Baucus stressed that Sebelius should remain in her post amid calls for her resignation.
Plus, when it comes to the millions of Americans losing their insurance as a direct result of Obamacare- Senator Mike Enzi (R-WY) predicted it all back in 2010.
Megyn Kelly featured Enzi on Fox News Tuesday night:
He was accused of fear-mongering by his Democratic counterparts back then. Tonight on The Kelly File, the senator told Megyn Kelly, “I couldn’t believe what some of my colleagues were saying even though the federal register […] predicted millions were going to lose their insurance.”
Watch the latest video at video.insider.foxnews.com
Sen. Enzi also uploaded a video to YouTube with this description:
Henry Ford said that customers could have his Model T in any color they wanted as long as it was black. Sounds similar to what the president has promised with health care. If you like your current plan you can keep it, as long as it’s a model we choose. I pointed out three years ago that the Administration had started us down this path, which is why I offered a resolution that would have given people the honest choice to keep their plans. Despite several warnings, everyone in the majority party in the Senate voted against it. We have a bill that would give them another chance to keep their promise. They need to support us this time
Wednesday, November 06, 2013 5:08 PM
Enzi was a prophet in his time!
Many had doubts but none listened, especially our own Senator Baucus and his junior side-kick, Senator Tester.
Both were more interested in pleasing their democrat president than insuring the good of Montanans and the American people.
Total fail on their part!
As to the President telling Americans umpteen times they could keep their present healthcare insurance if they liked it…his statements are now being spun saying he merely misspoke. Misspoke? Horse pucky!
Let me give you my take. When someone lies several times it is not a “misspoke” moment. In fact, it should call into question every statement ever made by that person!
One would be a damn fool to take anything that person ever said again at face value.
Call it whatever you like folks, but facts are facts!