Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius will testify in front of the Senate Finance Committee Wednesday and will answer tough questions about the ongoing disastrous rollout of Obamacare. The Committee's Chairman, Democrat and co-author of the legislation Max Baucus, famously called Obamacare a "trainwreck" earlier this year.
Lawmakers have serious concerns about the privacy and personal health information of Americans as reports continue to service showing Healthcare.gov is an unsecure website sending personal health information to the wrong people. In addition, Sebelius will face heavy scrutiny over why millions of Americans are receiving health insurance cancellation letters after President Obama repeatedly promised they could keep health insurance they liked under Obamacare.
Last week Sebelius testified in front of the House Ways and Means Committee and claimed President Obama has kept his promises about people keeping their insurance. During that hearing, she apologized for problems and said, "Hold me accountable for this debacle." She also admitted the site was not properly tested but reassured lawmakers it would be fixed by the end of November.
Yesterday, American Crossroads released a series of advertisements in red states representad by Democratic Senators who voted for Obamacare.