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Krauthammer: Obama Never Holds Anybody In His Administration Accountable, Particularly Himself

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BILL O'REILLY: So, Holder on Fast and Furious; Hillary Clinton on Benghazi; Chuck Hagel on military families, and now, Sebelius on the screw up of Obamacare. It's just one secretary after another. None of them are held accountable. None of them.

 CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: Well, that's because the president doesn't hold them accountable. In fact, it's hard to see where the president ever holds anybody in his administration accountable, particularly himself. I mean, he is after all the commander in chief. And on none of these has he ever said, 'we screwed up.'

 O'REILLY: Today he did. You heard that.

 KRAUTHAMMER: No, today what he did is he tried to sell this thing. He gave this speech in which he said the product is great, the price is wonderful. You'll have a little problem at the checkout-counter. That's basically it.

 O'REILLY: Yeah, but after three and a half years and tens of millions of dollars, we shouldn't have a little problem.

 KRAUTHAMMER: But that's the point. He's pretending this thing doesn't exist, that it's a glitch and that somehow it's the Republicans -- because of all the criticism of this -- who poisoned the well. The fact is they had three and a half years and they completely screwed it up. And the product, I mean, in some sense, it's saving them because if people were able to get access to the product, they would know that it isn't cheap, and it isn't good.

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