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Representative Michael Burgess (R-tx) surprised Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius during her testimony on Wednesday when he cited a CNN.com article that claimed HealthCare.gov had been hacked last week. Sebelius' "huh?" expression wasn't read into the congressional record, but Burgess promised to follow up with her on the article. Following the hearing, anchor Wolf Blitzer said Burgess' takeaway of the article "wasn't exactly precise," and had CNN Money's Laurie Segall explain what the article had really been about »
- Evan McMurry
At the end of his latest episode of "Real Time," Bill Maher posed a question you don't hear very often: "Why are we electing so many gynecologists to Congress?" Or, more specifically, "OBGYNs who know nothing about reproduction?"
After declaring his "New Rules" for Hooters, Asiana Airlines and Juror B37 in the clip above (about 3:00 in), Maher lamented "the resurgence of the smart stupid person," such as the neurosurgeon who recently wrote about his experiences in heaven.
"He isn't even the only brilliant brain surgeon who's a also a drooling idiot," Maher said before going on to deride other prominent doctors and politicians for being "accomplished scholars on the outside and on the inside, a creamy layer of Michele Bachmann."
- The Huffington Post
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