Where in the world is Kathleen Sebelius?
Let's paraphrase "Little star" or that pop classic by The Elegants: "Twinkle twinkle Kathleen, how I wonder where you are"?
Nobody has seen Secretary Kathleen Sebelius these days.
Is she recovering from the John Stewart interview? By the way, let's give John Stewart a little credit for asking the Secretary questions that the real media does not ask.
Where are we as a country when a comedian is trying to hold public officials accountable?
It may not be fair to blame Secretary Sebelius for everything that went wrong with the ObamaCare rollout. At the same time, she was the woman responsible for the project and that's how it goes in the real world.
If not Secretary Sebelius, who else are we going to hold responsible?
The editorial board of The New York Times, the plan's biggest cheerleader?
The Democrats who voted for something that they didn't read?
Frankly, I would have a bit more sympathy for Secretary Sebelius if she would open up and admit that something wrong. Instead, they are hiding, as we read in the WSJ editorial:
"Eventually Mrs. Sebelius will have to make a real accounting of this government failure to someone other than the TV comic Jon Stewart, and perhaps she can also explain why the people who can't build a working website also deserve the power to reorganize one-sixth of the U.S. economy. For now, the Administration that styles itself as the most transparent in history won't reveal the truth-perhaps because it is afraid of what the public will find."
From "Fast & Furious" to "Benghazi" to "Solyndra" to the "ObamaCare rollout", there is a terrible arrogance to the Obama administration. They don't think that they have to explain anything except telling us 1,000,000 times that President Obama made the decision to kill Osama Bin Laden.
Maybe the "cultists" in the media will continue protecting their investment a.k.a. Obama.
Maybe someone in the media will wake up if they hear that there is "a Pulitizer" in the future for the reporter who has the guts to investigate the inner workings of this corrupt administration.
There is a lot to investigate! They can start with the company that got the ObamaCare website contract.