Letters: Government: The newest charity case
Re: ‘Top Obamacare official apologizes for ‘debacle’’ (Metro, Oct. 31)
In your article you state: “[Sebelius] has apologized for the botched rollout of the governments’s healthcare website.” It would be wonderful if top Web companies such as Facebook and Google donated programmers’ time to help the administration solve its programming problems. Time, not money donations, is needed.
Dina Schlesinger, via email
Promises were broken, so who’s to blame? The GOP? They sat on their a— just to watch and see what happens. Thousands of people lost their health insurance because of Obamacare. No one really spoke out because that would be racist. Obama promises again “to get the site fixed.” Let’s all sit back and see what happens again. I’ll bet anyone dollars to doughnuts that this promise, once again, will be broken.
Jim Alvin, via email