Sebelius Apologizes for Rollout

When Kathleen Sebelius finally answers "whatever" to a question asked four different times, you can guess how things are going on the Hill. The Health and Human Services Secretary took the hot seat on Wednesday, apologizing to consumers for the technical issues on HealthCare.gov, the insurance marketplace where Americans can sign up for healthcare under the Affordable Care Act. Testifying before the House Energy and Commerce Committee, Sebelius admitted Healthcare.gov had “serious problems” and she said she is “as frustrated and angry as anyone” with the flawed rollout. Sebelius also said the is very little "reliable data" about how many people have enrolled.