Now Liberals Want an Obamacare Czar, Telling Obama to Name ‘CEO’

As Obamacare continues to spiral down into an ever deeper morass, Democrats are coming to understand that the law will be an anchor around their necks in the upcoming 2014 midterm elections and so they badly want the mess fixed before it is too late. Now they are urging Obama to pick another czar to fix the healthcare law, this time calling the position a “CEO” for Obamacare.

According to Newsmax, Obama’s supporters have been quietly pushing the President to appoint a single person, a “CEO” of sorts, to head up the fixes for the President’s disastrous takeover of our nation’s healthcare system.

One advocate of this scheme is reportedly Ezekiel Emanuel, one of Obama’s chief healthcare advisors and brother to Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel. Ezekiel is part of the extremist, left-wing, George Soros-funded, anti-American organization misleadingly called the Center for American Progress (CAP), so those folks are behind this hail Mary pass, too.

The White House has said that there are no plans for following through with this CEO idea, but Obama also just brought CAP’s hatchet man, John Podesta, back into the White House as an advisor and attack dog. So, the idea is now “in house,” if you will.

But Obamacare supporters are saying that this idea can help put the hated law back in America’s good graces, especially if the CEO picked is someone the people can trust.

You know, like America used to trust Obama himself. I say used to, because that was before we all fully realized he was lying to our collective face when he said we could keep our healthcare plans “if we liked them.”

Still, this CEO idea does have its merits if you are one of those that want to continue pulling the wool over everyone’s eyes as you march toward a 100 percent take over of healthcare by the government.

After all, if a trusted CEO-type candidate is chosen and foolish people come to imagine he might be able to fix the failed law, such a person might help cause favorable ratings for the law take an uptick. This will give those looking to destroy private healthcare more time to complete their task.

In any case, Obama is in a pickle with this whole “man-made disaster” that is Obamacare.

What do you think? Do you like the “Obamacare CEO” idea? Or would you rather see the whole thing repealed?

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  • jim_m

    Shocker. The left wants an unelected, unconfirmed, unscreened dictator to run 1/6 of the nation’s economy. Can we finally dispense with any pretense that the left believes in the rule of law or in democracy?

  • Hank_M

    So even the Obama supporters admit that after 3+ years and untold billions, Obamacare needs someone with a clue to try and save it.

    I wonder why the smartest man of them all, almost a god, doesn’t just sit down and work his magic. You know, the man who stated: “I think that I’m a better speechwriter than my speechwriters, “I know more about policies on any particular issue than my policy directors. And I’ll tell you right now that I’m going to think
    I’m a better political director than my political director.”

    We all know in retrospect that Obama merely confused the word “better” with “incompetent”.

    As to the CEO, that would be a nice time consuming diversion. I’d suggest they select a republican. I’m sure a few would be stupid enough to accept. And then they can finally blame this whole debacle on the Republican Party.

    Cause if there is one thing Obama is truly better at, it’s blaming someone/anyone else for his failures.

  • Vagabond661

    Obamacare needs a CEO? So they are saying it should have been private sector after all? Who on the left is trustworthy? And no sane Republican (except John McCain) would go anywhere near it.
    pfftt. Dismantle, Defund or Declare it DOA.

  • Par4Course

    They may be able to find someone to fix but no one can fix ObamaCare, which is based on too many fiscally unsound ideas. As Mrs. Thatcher said, the problem with socialism is that pretty soon you run out of other people’s money. We will soon have much worse medicine at a much higher price.

  • Lawrence Westlake

    The 6th graf of this blog post speaks volumes about the naivete of the blogosphere. FYI, Chief, if we had another election tomorrow ~93% of the black demographic, ~70% of the Latino demographic, ~65% of the union demographic, a majority of women and a large majority of unmarried people, people under age 30 and the hyper-wealthy, all would vote again to reelect Obama. Pretty much the same margins across the board, demographically, as last time around. You need to break out of your cocoon. That aside, there’s a specific method to the madness of the notion of an Obamacare CEO. Once Obamacare completely craters in flames the Dems will commence their final push for single payer. The puppet masters behind the scenes all along have planned for this. They would like nothing more than some Warren Buffett type going around further anesthetizing the dumbed down general public. So it’s not out of the question that there will be a czar, albeit not likely. And if Clinton wins in ’16, as expected, then that or something along those lines would become probable, followed if Clinton gets a 2nd term by one last mad dash towards a fully-socialized system. Politics has actual consequences.

  • LiberalNightmare

    At this point, all they really want is someone, anyone else to blame it on.

  • yetanotherjohn

    Isn’t the “CEO” (Chief Executive Officer) Obama? Perhaps a COO to do the nuts and bolts implementation would make more sense. Of course the real problem is the basic concept is flawed so whomever you bring in and whatever you call them that flaw will continue to be the mill stone around the neck.