If Sebelius goes, as acidic as many find her, she's nothing more than a scapegoat. Obama, Pelosi, Reid should top the list of political casualties for Obamacare. Sadly, justice does not always prevail.
That said, I'm sure not too many people will be sorry to see her go.
Via The Washington Post:
It’s Kathleen Sebelius’s turn now. On the Hill, they’re calling for her resignation and tossing around words like “subpoena.” Pundits are merrily debating her future. (She’s toast! Or is Obama too loyal to fire her so soon?) Her interviews, more closely parsed than usual, seem wobbly. Though never a colorful presence on the political scene, she’s suddenly a late-night TV punch line.And on Wednesday morning, the embattled secretary of health and human services will submit to a quintessential station of the Washington deathwatch — testifying before a congressional committee — to discuss her agency’s failings in the botched rollout of the federal health-insurance Web site.
Perhaps it's a bit early to be talking about her losing her job, but it would certainly be politically expedient for the president to throw her under the bus.