And on a political level, they’re a huge liability for Democrats in November’s midterm elections. The party stands no real chance of winning the House of Representatives, and the smart money now favors Republicans to take back the Senate—in part because of anger about the law. Sebelius’s exit may provide the administration the opportunity to distance itself and Healthcare.gov, but it won’t make those political challenges go away.
Yep. As dumb as Americans are, I don’t think they’re quite dumb enough to buy the notion that Obamacare was all Sebelius’s fault.
After all, it isn’t called Obamacare for nothing.