Obama Has Known of Obamacare Problems for Years


by Onan Coca

An explosive new report from CBS has the Obama administration on its heels trying to defend itself once again. CBS has uncovered memos that prove the Obama administration has known for years that the Obamacare implementation process would be disastrous, and still did nothing to solve the problems. These memos outline clear and specific issues that could have been mended, but it seems that no one acted on the warnings.

It even seems that instead of fixing problems, the Obama administration may have simply begun covering up the glaring issues out of fear that Republicans would see them and use them for political purposes.

Major GarrettThree years ago, a trusted Obama health care adviser warned the White House it was losing control of ObamaCare. A memo obtained by CBS said strong leadership was missing, and the law’s successful implementation was in jeopardy. The warnings were dire and specific, and ultimately ignored… David Cutler, who worked on the Obama 2008 campaign and was a valued outside health care consultant, wrote this blunt memo to top White House economic adviser Larry Summers in May 2010: ‘I do not believe the relevant members of the administration understand the President’s vision or have the capability to carry it out.’ Cutler wrote, ‘No one was in charge who had any experience in complex business start-ups.’ He also worried basic regulations, technology, and policy coordination would fail… The White House dismissed these and other warnings. It relied on appointed bureaucrats and senior White House health care advisers. Fearful of constant attacks from congressional Republicans, the White House became secretive about the law’s complexity and regulatory reach.

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