The DHHS Sitcom

Thomas Mills on a roll about DHHS.

The whole thing reads like a script from a bad sitcom. Intellectually challenged governor hires rich socialite with no experience to run large government agency. Socialite, in turn, hires overpriced, inexperienced campaign hack in need of a job between elections. As the agency, predictably, begins to unravel, campaign hack convinces socialite to give him increasing responsibility, even though he’s obviously failing at his job. Meanwhile, Governor is oblivious to the fiasco that everybody else sees and makes silly comments about how hard the socialite is working.

I just hope they cancel it after the first season.


Mills nailed it

His description is spot-on.

This bad sitcom is laughable yet not funny.

"What I see from the folks who are opposing our agenda is whining coming from losers." -- Thom Tillis