Barack Obama, accountable to no one.
The Obama administration said Thursday it opposes legislation that would require weekly reports on the implementation of ObamaCare, as well as legislation requiring officials to tell people if their personal data has been compromised.
But while the White House said it opposes both bills, neither of its two statements said Obama would veto either measure if they were presented for his signature into law. The House is expected to pass both bills on Friday.
In the first of two separate Statements of Administration Policy, the White House said it opposes weekly reporting requirements on both enrollments and the operation of the HealthCare.gov website because it would require “unfunded, unprecedented, and unnecessary reporting requirements” on the health insurance exchanges.
Unfunded. That’s a laugh coming from the people with the billion-dollar website that barely functions. In other Obama trainwreck news buried deep beneath the Christie feeding frenzy, insurers are discovering they have no record of people allegedly signed up.
One last word on ObamaCare. Please, stop calling it ObamaCare!