Quote Originally Posted by Arroyo_Doble View Post
The Secretary of HHS is a pretty important position with regards to said legacy. If the Senate Republicans chose to thwart filling the position, something they have shown they have no problem doing, it would just be another means of sabotaging the project. I can understand why they want her gone so badly. It sure the hell isn't because of mismanagement. An efficient Affordable Care Act rollout is the last thing they want.

In the unlikely event that the Republican political elite class would actually have the temerity and the unmitigated balls to even question Barry's appointment to HHS, what would stop Barry from just waiting till the Senate goes in recess and then appoint his next ass-kisser as a recess-appointee?

He's done it before. What makes you think he wouldn't do it again, even though he's been spanked for it by the courts?