Pulling the plug on the ObamaCare trainwreck might be a good start.
President Obama is directing his cabinet to find more efficient, “smarter” ways to run government in his second term just two days after his administration opened the door to widespread fraud in the roll out of health care exchanges this fall.
The president plans to meet with his Cabinet at 10:30 a.m. “to lay out a vision for smarter government during his second term,” the White House said in an update to Obama’s Monday schedule.
He also plan to make a public statement shortly before noon in the State Dining Room on his “management agenda.”
Obama will focus on progress the administration has already made in three key areas: “Delivering government services better, smarter and faster … finding ways to reduce waste and save taxpayers money; and … opening up huge amounts of government data to give entrepreneurs and businesses the ability to create jobs and solve problems.”
This sounds like a lame campaign pitch, never mind someone in his fifth year in the White House. Maybe while he’s doing this he could promote smart ways to burglarize the office of lawyers representing State Department whistleblowers.