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View Diary: Robert Gibbs is right. Heads must roll. (332 comments)

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    ...is the whole idea of contractors being better able to manage these projects that government employees with the motivations of pubic service and managers who are accountable to the public instead of to Wall Street.

    It is recoverable.  If the Congress ever gets beyond obstruction, the quickest way to recover would be to pass Medicare-for-All legislation, eliminate the age requirement in the Medicare software and redeploy it to handle the large number of enrollees.  That likely would require six months to transition the software.

    Having President Obama exit office with Medicare-for-All in place would be a singular political achievement.

    So there is a plan B if the private contractors and private insurance companies and state governments can't get their act together.

    50 states, 210 media market, 435 Congressional Districts, 3080 counties, 192,480 precincts

    by TarheelDem on Mon Oct 14, 2013 at 11:42:20 AM PDT

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