The Obama administration continues to scramble in an effort to convince states to create their own so-called insurance exchanges, which were established under the health care overhaul. But so far, 25 states have rejected the idea -- forcing the federal government to do it instead. "They've essentially said to the federal government, 'we don't ... really want to be a part of trying to clean up this train wreck we see coming'," said Jim Capretta of the Ethics and Public Policy Center. So much for Obamacare exchanges being set up on timeFormer HHS official Sery Kim notes that HHS "failed to meet deadlines within the first 12 months. The fact that they have this deadline that the exchanges will be up and running in 2014 -- it's like finding a white unicorn -- it's impossible to meet that deadline. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/01/30/administration-sc...Forget the dog and pony show, this is going to just be a dog show2014 .... just arond the cornerObama will say "Merry Christmas"Bears
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