|The face that launched a few thousand crappy health plans....|
Making matters worse, those internet exchanges have failed miserably. The persons involved in building those sites were often pals and supporters of Obama. For example: Obama bundler and pal Anthony Welters was hired and paid to go back and fix the broken website he provided. Did I mention Welters was a classmate of Michelle Obama too?
So given we are red blooded Americans, can we sue the bastards? Short answer: It is definitely possible!
There is the False Claims Act (which happens to be the "law of the land" as many Democrats like to remind us). The False Claims Act allows a Qui Tam action (which is Latin abbreviation for "Whoever sues on behalf of the King, sues on behalf of himself"). A person can sue companies that have defrauded the government and get to keep a percentage of damages they collect.
Here is an example of a provider being successfully sued in a health care context.
Andrew Stiles at NRO says we can not prosecute healthcare.gov for fraud. But we can go after those who bilked the government in creating that mess.
Meanwhile: Captain my Captain!
TOM: Shorter Obama, It sucks to be me!
TOM: The endless debacle of Obamacare
States got $4.4 billion from the Feds for this roll out? Where did all the money go?
TOM: Breaking News--the Identify Theft industry loving healthcare.gov! Criminals loving it too.
|Even "Adriana" is a victim, blamed for the web site, not paid for the photo |
(and she is an illegal alien from Columbia, not paid by the Democrats who took her picture)