House to Investigate Decision To Delay ObamaCare Employer Mandate, Come On Guys It’s IT Infrastructure Not Completely Read
Posted Jul 03 2013 5:34pm
I will keep hammering again and again I guess as long as these types of situations persist…please…please…please….restore the Office of Technology Assessment and do yourselves and us a favor! You are wasting time as other news stories said the reporting functions were not going to be able to function, don’t you get it? Geez…digital literacy please!! Your constituents are scratching their heads again…what’s up with those folks? I really don’t get why with all the technology and press we have out there today why we see such a representation of those who don’t want to learn along with the rest of the country? I don’t how much longer this is newsworthy:) We have HHS with Sebelius a while back saying “hurry up with Health IT”… they just don’t get it. Short order code kitchen burned down a few years ago folks and there was no fire sale.
Is the abortion stand that captivating to where it distracts and disrupts and delays normal legislative processes? We know the states are jiving with it. I mean what’s next, waterboarding developers and programmers to squeeze that code out faster and have them die of exhaustion at the computer? That only works for the CIA, ok? That’s an alterative and not a very good one, either that or learn up. Do yourselves and us a favor and stop the nonsense…and admit you don’t know everything and get some tools that will help you with technology as it affects laws…please….and send the Oversight Committee over to be the first to use an Office of Technology Assessment as this article states they need some help badly. BD
The House of Representatives will investigate the Obama administration's sudden decision to delay the employer mandate in Obamacare, leaders in the House Energy and Commerce Committee announced today.
"House Energy and Commerce Committee leaders today wrote to Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, and Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, requesting documents and information regarding the administration’s decision to delay full implementation of the health care law’s employer mandate for one year. The Oversight and Investigations Subcommittee, chaired by Rep. Tim Murphy (R-PA), has held a series of hearings on the president's health care law and will examine the administration's delay of the employer mandate in the coming weeks," reads a press release from the committee.