Kathleen Sebelius appeared to have no retort when confronted with Oklahomans’ dislike for Obamacare, and sat silent on air.
On Monday, Oklahoma City’s KWTV-TV anchor asked Sebelius about the “64 percent of Oklahomans [who] aren’t buying into the health-care plan.”
“They don’t like Obamacare, and they’ve been pretty vocal about it,” he said. “Now that’s going to still continue to be a tough sell, but we’ll see how that plays out over the coming months.”
The Health and Human Services secretary sat there silently, prompting the anchor to say it seemed she had lost sound and not heard the question.
“Well, I can hear you, but thanks for having me,” Sebelius responded.