IRS Says Lois Lerner’s 30,000 Missing Emails Have Been Recovered
Now we'll just wait and see what's in them.
Obama Regime Admits They Over-Reported Obamacare Enrollment Numbers
The Obama administration admitted Thursday that it over-reported the number of people who signed up for medical coverage under the President’s signature health care law by double-counting, in its initial reported numbers, hundreds of thousands of people who enrolled in dental insurance plans.
Health and Human Services Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell acknowledged the error on social media after a Bloomberg News report alleged that the administration had included about 400,000 dental plans in numbers it reported for enrollments under the Affordable Care Act.
“The mistake we made is unacceptable,” Burwell said on Twitter. “I will be communicating that clearly throughout the (department).”
A White House spokesman later told the Associated Press that the administration had mistakenly over-reported Obamacare enrollment numbers by about 400,000 by double-counting consumers who had purchased both dental coverage and medical insurance coverage separately through Healthcare.gov and various state insurance marketplaces created under the law.Congress Sues Obama Over Obamacare
Obama Stereotypes Latinos: “They Mow Our Lawns, Make Our Beds, Clean Out Deadpans”
HOW IS THIS MAN STILL THE PRESIDENT?
I make my own damn bed.
I empty Mr. AOW's potty.
Does that make me a Latina?
Quote: "Now we'll just wait and see what's in them."
Perhaps one should also consider, that which is clearly purged from the newly released material...
Powerlineblog: What is DOJ hiding about its targeting of Sharyl Attkisson?
It appears her name only appears once in that enormous pile of data ...mis-spelled.
"A reader writes with a theory":
The reason that this reference to Sharyl Attkisson made it into this document dump is that her name was mis-spelled (Sharryl rather than Sharyl). There are assuredly more emails about htis that were searched for and deliberately withheld."
Hence the delay in release.
Ah, that's an important point. Thank you.
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