OK, so let me get this straight: the project leader for ObamaCare signed off on its security, but now claims he never saw smoking-hot red-alert security memos from his own agency… written by the guy that refused to sign off on security, and later tendered his resignation, voluntarily becoming the first person I’m aware of to lose his job over this disaster.
Every one of the paltry number of enrollees who used HealthCareDotGov is now a target for online predators. They won’t feel very consoled by watching yet another big-bucks government official with a zillion-dollar budget sitting there like a slack-jawed fool while congressional investigators show him “disturbing” memos he managed not to read, back when it would have made a difference.
How often has this happened now? How often have we heard some ObamaCare big shot, right up to the President himself, claim he or she “didn’t know” what was really going on? HHS Secretary Sebelius claims she didn’t know HealthCareDotGov failed every single functionality test it was given. More famously, she claims she doesn’t know how many people have actually enrolled.
Obama and the rest of his Party claim they didn’t know ObamaCare would shotgun millions of insurance policies, even though the Administration was generating reports with some pretty hair-raising predictions as far back as 2010.
Maybe we should build a list of all the things top Administration officials claim they didn’t know about the biggest government program of the modern era. Or maybe it would be easier to slap together a list of what they’re willing to admit they did know.