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Con: Should Sebelius be the scapegoat?
Secretary deserves applause not derision from friends and foes alike
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WASHINGTON — Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius shouldn’t be made a scapegoat for the Keystone Kops-like rollout of the Affordable Care and Patient Protection Act this fall. Instead, Sebelius deserves a round of applause from all Americans and especially President Barack Obama for working overtime to promote the signature legislation of his presidency. Normally putting together a website to handle the complexities of the 906-page bill and its several thousand pages of interpretive regulations would take five years of planning.