ObamaCare is a lot of law, but it also has huge blank areas that are to be filled in by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. We won't know what ObamaCare is until HHS Sec. Kathleen Sebelius tells us - until she fills in the blank areas.
But watch her! She was testifying before the US Senate on Wednesday March 7. When Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin asked her about the huge number of waivers that have been granted to large companies and unions (with a huge proportion in Nancy Pelosi's district). Daily Caller
Sebelius responded: “I’ve no idea what waivers you’re talking about,"
Senator Johnson also listed a number of the president’s specific promises about the law, including claims it would reduce the deficit, cut health costs, and allow people to keep their coverage and their doctors.
Sebelius's response: She either said she didn’t have those facts or said the law hadn’t had a chance to work yet.
She doesn't know what she is doing. She wouldn't tell the US Senate a falsehood? No, never.