Skip to comments.Exclusive: Obama allies revive push for Obamacare CEO
Posted on 05/17/2014 7:23:49 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
A group of healthcare experts close to the White House is urging the Obama administration to appoint a new chief executive officer to oversee Obamacare's online health insurance exchanges.
The report's co-authors, including former White House healthcare adviser Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, say the change should be made soon to address challenges that include the completion of automated "back end" systems needed to carry out vital functions with insurers, state Medicaid agencies and other entities.
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Just what this government needs. Another rich, greedy “CEO” to lie to us.
Another government bureaucracy is born. Soon to be a new cabinet position.
This POS is now entrenched. It’s with us forever.
The charade of a “democracy” will be maintained for years to come — even the memory of what once our Constitutional Republic is systematically buried.
Maybe they should prove that Obamacare is real before they get a CEO
Next step to single payer...
We must stop this madness, and soon. Very soon.
How about the failed Cover Oregon CEO, he “resigned” after the failed launch our boondogle.
(more redi$tribution for Obamacare)....Obama has spent somewhere in the neighborhood of 1 billion dollars plus on his failed political ploy that was never meant to work...Obamacare is the Marxist way to spread the wealth....he is effectively and dangerously draining the treasury true to his Kenyan blood. Congress can stop this useless waste of money, but only if Americans demand it and demand an accounting...(nsurers Obamacare Losses May Reach $5.5 Billion in 2015) America...you're being robbed! Pull the plug/call congress and the senate and tell them to stop the fraudulent, money grabbing Obamacare...shut the navigator offices down...they are a sham anyway.
DEATH PANEL arbiter.
A Dr. Mengele 2.0?
Would Zeke’s “back door systems” happen to be bailouts for the insurance companies, that made sure they wouldn’t go broke in this debacle? Insurers don’t take any risks like that.
How do you verify income for people who work on commission, switch jobs, get laid off, run their own business etc. etc. etc.
This will be a huge mess.
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