Daily Beast: Lack of Meetings Between Obama, Sebelius 'Frightening'
Writing in the Daily Beast, Ron Christie, a former adviser to President George W. Bush, said that it was "frightening" that there are no public records of a one-on-one meeting between Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and President Barack Obama in over three years since Obamacare passed.
Referencing the shocking Government Accountability Institute report that found that Obama and Sebelius did not have any one-on-one meetings and only had one group meeting since Obamacare passed, Christie writes that "there is only one meeting on record between the president and the one Cabinet official charged with the implementation of Obamacare.
"This is frightening in and of itself," Christie concludes.
Christie writes that though Obamacare "was to be President Obama’s signature achievement," it has "turned into his singular political albatross."
He writes that Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius "either knew the website was ready for prime-time or she didn’t. Neither choice is comforting and she needs to tender her resignation."
As Breitbart News has reported, the only specific date that either HHS or the White House has mentioned of a meeting between Obama and Sebelius was the day after the Government Accountability Institute report came out on December 4, even though the White House and HHS have claimed Obama and Sebelius have "regularly" met.