Fill in the Caption and ...

Leave a comment on what you think would be the "perfect caption" for this photograph of Kathleen Sebelius who was sworn in as the 21st Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) on April 28, 2009. Since taking office, Secretary Sebelius has led ambitious efforts to improve America’s healthcare. Here's my caption,

“It’s not my responsibility to write computer code”

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72 thoughts on “Fill in the Caption and ...

  1. "The people that are calling for me to resign are not the people I work for." Oh wait, she DID actually say that.

  2. Why are you wasting my time? You know I'll just use public opinion to usurp your constitutional powers!

    1. Amused that both Democrats and republicans are seriously acting as per Third law of Newton( To every action there is equal and opposite reaction )

      1. When Sir Isaac Newton got hit in the head by a falling apple
        he decided to sign up for health care.
        His initial comment was F=ma.

  3. If I tell the truth I'll get fired, and loose my benefits. AND I'm NOT going on Obamacare!!!!!!!!!! That's just craze.

  4. I really don't have a clue, never have, never will--I'm just collecting a massive government salary with all the trimmings!

  5. ACA PREMIUM INCREASES LESS THAN 1000% UP FOR FLOOD INSURANCE
    On the bright side, increases in medical expense insurance premiums are expected to be contained in most cases to only around 300% of current premium (3 times) versus the 1000% premium increases on flood insurance through NFIP which started taking effect on October 1, 2013 for all coastal areas. Will the good news just never stop?
    The housing market has come to a NEAR TOTAL HALT in Florida and along much of the Eastern coastal areas of the United States since October 1st when NFIP flood insurance premiums soared by as much as 1000% causing typical annual premiums for flood insurance policies to soar from $600 per year to over $6000 per year with some premiums rising to as high as $33,000 per year. The NFIP is TOTALLY INSOLVENT and the premium increases were authorized by Congress to deal with that problem which is now resulting in a massive coastal housing crash which has been practically not covered at all by the press.

  6. Here we are “Consumer confidence plummeted during the government shutdown to the lowest level in nearly two years, according to Gallup. And pay raises have been slight: Average hourly pay rose just 2.1 per cent in September from 12 months earlier. That's barely keeping up with historically low inflation. Many economists estimate that the partial government shutdown cut $25 billion out of the economy and slowed growth to about a 2 per cent annual rate in the October-December quarter. That's weaker than estimates before the shutdown that the economy would expand at a 2.5 per cent annual rate this quarter.” I thank you Firozali A.Mulla DBA

  7. Please don't send me to the Donald's office, I've seen what he does to incompetent project leaders.

  8. Here come Alan Greenspan after years of silence FROM FT.COM Six years on from the start of the credit crisis, the former US Federal Reserve chairman is prepared to admit that he got it wrong – at least in part "“The whole period upset my view of how the world worked – the models failed at a time when we needed them most … and the failure was uniform,” he recalls, shaking his head. “JPMorgan had the American economy accelerating three days before [the collapse of Lehman Brothers] – their model failed. The Fed model failed. The IMF model failed. I am sure the Goldman model also missed it too." I thank you Firozali A.Mulla DBA If these people were careful we would never have fallen on our knees

  9. She learned well from our president, pointing fingers at some one else is best offense and defence

  10. I'm just not sure what the issue is.
    The only people having problems are US citizens.
    Illegal aliens are reporting no difficulties.

  11. This is a global problem. The NSA has introduced too many lines of code which is destabilizing our software.

  12. At this point in time, what does it matter if the program doesn't work. We're going to ram this down the throats of the public whether the computer program runs or not.

  13. What do you expect for only $400 million dollars. We have expenses! If you want the government system to work, you need to pay at least $1 billion for anything!!!

  14. "Unfortunately I do not have enough fingers to count the number of contractors responsible for developing our website"

  15. This is perfect and will lose(Hillary) any election in the future and fits here as well,

    "WHAT DIFFERENCE DOES IT MAKE"

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  16. you do not understand - we had to go live to see how it really worked, everyone knows testing has absolutely no value.

  17. You guys have had years to work out a budget, and can't seem to get it right. I thought you would understand this problem.

    1. Want to know the huge cheats? here they are "One of the dirty little secrets of the auto insurance world is that there are two types of customers; savvy ones who pay rates considerably below the norm, and those who get a quote from just one company and end up paying way more than they need to.If you have been casually following the news about the auto insurance industry over the past few years, you could be forgiven for believing that rates have skyrocketed and continue to climb. The real story is that, as a result of relentless consumer and regulatory pressure on insurance companies, auto rates in many cases have actually dropped. Of course, don’t expect your insurance company to let you know you could be getting coverage for less. I thank you FirozaliA.Mulla DBA

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