Skip to comments.A rat has very quietly run down the gangplank of the SS ObamaCare
Posted on 06/17/2012 10:02:51 AM PDT by Oldpuppymax
The fakes in the Obama Administration you remember them the guys running the most transparent Administration in history always save their worst news for after 5 PM eastern time on Fridays. That way the Democrat cheerleaders in the media can hide it in the Cajun Cooking section in a Saturday newspaper not many people will read.
Friday at 5:36 PM Eastern, the Obama Administration announced the resignation of the stooge who would have been the overseer of implementation of the hated Obamacare. Whether he fell or was pushed is immaterial except for the fact that it adds fuel to the fire of speculation that The most open and transparent Administration in history KNOWS it will lose its Supreme Court showdown over the Constitutionality of Obamacare in total or part either way America wins and they lose.
The stooge, Steve Larsen is now the former head of the Department of Health and Human Services Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight. He slithers away next month. But not to worry for ole Steve, hes a good little liberal Democrat so Obama has...
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The article insults rats.
again, he must have smelt the investigation.
Stooges & snakes, too.
The fakes in the Obama Administration... always save their worst news for after 5 PM eastern time on Fridays. That way the [partisan media shills] in the media can hide it... Friday at 5:36 PM Eastern, the Obama Administration announced the resignation of the stooge who would have been the overseer of implementation of the hated Obamacare... it adds fuel to the fire of speculation that [Zero and company] KNOWS it will lose its Supreme Court showdown over the Constitutionality of Obamacare in total or part... The stooge, Steve Larsen is now the former head of the Department of Health and Human Services Center for Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight.
Ideology in a complete vacuum of pragmatism or historical facts and results from these centralized state run systems; contempt and rejection for modern economic theories (the rational person - market efficiency as it related to a decentralized and private sector) and the Constitution which in it's spirit goes against these socialist ideas, this administration will simply look for different ways to achieve the same end, socialized health care.
Indeed. On behalf of good, clean, hard working, patriotic rats everywhere in the country, I protest.
Here’s some info on this turd:
Deputy Director for Oversight, Office of Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight
Why He Matters
Larsen came to HHS to head insurance oversight for the newly-minted Office of Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight.
The office was created to implement the broad reforms of the 2010 health-care legislation. Larsen’s appointment, along with insurance watchdogs Karen Pollitz and Richard Popper, was widely considered to portend a new era of tough scrutiny of insurers.
At a Glance
Career History: Maryland Insurance Commissioner (1997 to 2003)
Hometown: Baltimore, Md.
Alma Mater: Gettysburg College, B.A.; Rutgers University, M.P.P.; Rutgers-Camden School of Law, J.D.
Path to Power
Larsen earned his undergraduate degree at Gettysburg College. He went on to earn a master’s in public policy at Rutgers and a law degree at Rutgers’ law school in Camden, N.J.
Larsen was names Maryland insurance commissioner in 1997.
As head of oversight for the new Office of Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight, Larsen’s number one job is keeping insurers honest. It’s a job he’s used to as he’s made a career of helping the little guys fight big insurers.
As Maryland’s insurance commissioner, Larsen was known for advocating on behalf of consumers.
At HHS’s Office of Consumer Information and Insurance Oversight, Larsen reports to Director Jay Angoff and works with fellow Marylander Richard Popper and Karen Pollitz.
As one of his first appointments in office, Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) put Larsen on his Public Service Commission.
Article II, Sec. 3: "...he shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed..."
Not applicable if there are votes to be gained by not enforcing the laws.
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