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Yet one senator is threatening to subpoena the secretary on Monday if she continues to stonewall his committee’s probe of the rollout debacle. This isn’t over, not by a long shot, and Congress is about to get all up in Seeb’s bidness.

For her part, Seebs compared the website rollout to a football game. “It’s early in the first quarter,” she said. True, but you’re already down 74-0. And you’re quarterback is RGIII, with three bad knees.

Most spectacular, of course, is that neither the president nor his secretary will have to deal with Obamacare at all. As one of the few in America who will get to keep her policy, she said, “I have not tried signing up, because I have insurance.” Nice for you. Oh, and let us, the taxpayer, pay most of your premiums.

Despite the obfuscation and stonewalling, Mrs. Sebelius will, at some point, be forced to explain to Congress, which has oversight of all federal programs, what went wrong and why. But for all those who actually believed Obamacare was going to be wonderful: Did anyone really think the government could take over and reorganize one-sixth of the U.S. economy when it couldn’t even run a Cash for Clunkers program?

Joseph Curl covered the White House and politics for a decade for The Washington Times and is now editor of the Drudge Report. He can be reached at and on Twitter @josephcurl.