Even Republicans tiring of Wos' blithering double-speak

"If I didn't have to waste so much time thinking up lies to tell you, I might get something done."

Lawmakers publicly aired their frustrations with a string of problems at Wos' agency, from difficulty getting budget data to IT problems affecting Medicaid providers and patients alike, and said it could jeopardize their willingness to move forward with the governor's Medicaid reform initiative. Wos responded that her agency is being "micromanaged" by state lawmakers.

Asked to clarify, Wos said federal and state requirements for reporting are onerous, and lawmakers' additional requests for information are an extra burden.

"We beg – ask only what you need from us and not more. We have an incredible amount of reports that we have to present to you," Wos said. "Set your goals, set your expectations and allow us to get there," she told the panel, "allowing people to do what they need to based on their portfolios once you establish what you would like."

Errr...what? On second thought, don't even try to explain it, because that will just make things worse.

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Speaking of portfolios

Here's a link to an image of Joe Hauck's contract. Proving (once again) that Aldona Wos is the last person who should have the authority to magically create a job out of thin air.

No job description = free-for-all = clusterfuck.

Yes, that's a real mathematical formula. Prove me wrong! :0

It's not micromanaging

It's oversight. And clearly Aldona doesn't like oversight.

If we were as incompetent and dishonest as Queen Aldona, we wouldn't like oversight either.

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

Wos & Skvarla

with their patron Pat, as seen through the eyes of the inimitable Kevin Siers.

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

Go figure

High vacancy in top DHHS positions. Can't fill the Medicaid Director position. 20% vacancy in key Medicaid positions.

We guess no one wants to work for Wos or DAG McCrony.

Go figure.

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