Robert Gibbs on Obamacare Failure: “I Think If This Were to Happen in the Private Sector Some One Probably Would Have Already Lost Their Job”


Don’t look now but former White House spokesman Robert Gibbs has become one of Barack Obama’s and Obamacare’s biggest critics. The former Obama mouth piece  told The Today Show that Barack Obama should have fired someone already over the disastrous Obamacare roll-out. Gibbs stated, ”I think if this were to happen in the private sector some one probably would have already lost their job.”

However, its not just about a web site. As was stated there are two core issues at hand here, one the competence of the government with the disastrous, glitchy and two, Barack Obama’s credibility having lied to the American people by promising if you like your healthcare, you can keep your healthcare. This is not the first time Gibbs has spoken out against the failed Obamacare. Gibbs had previously said that to sell Obamacare as  “you can keep your health care insurance” was a big mistake. and that the Obamacare roll out was nothing but “Excruciatingly Embarrassing.” Gibbs has voiced the opinion for a while that some one needs to be fired.

I would go one further Mr. Gibbs. I would dare say that if this was the private sector and some one had perpetrated a “bait and switch” malicious fraud on so many individuals as Barack Obama did with Obamacare, some one would have been indicted on felony fraud charges.

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