(Breitbart) During a Tuesday interview with the Associated Press, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius went off the White House talking points and admitted that launching the federal ObamaCare exchange on October 1 was "a bad call." Sebelius was responding to questions about the decision to launch despite warnings that the site was not ready or properly tested for security:
When asked why officials pushed ahead with the Oct. 1 launch date despite warnings the site hadn't been properly tested, Sebelius said they were hoping to give consumers as much time as possible to enroll before coverage begins in January.
"We were hoping to maximize that," she said. "Clearly that was a bad call."
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