Greta Van Susteren went off the record Wednesday to ask viewers what Atlanta’s snow removal plan had in common with the rollout of the Obamacare insurance exchange website. As it turns out, almost everything.
After having spent $2.5 million on snow removal equipment, a mere 2.6 inches of snow paralyzed the city.
“So where’s the local government?” Van Susteren asked.
Appearing on CNN Wednesday, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed defended his actions to CNN’s Carol Costello, noting that “We haven’t had any fatalities in the city of Atlanta.” Here’s the exchange, via CNN:
Um, 2.6 inches of snow? I would hope not. But then again, I’m from Michigan.
Watch van Susteren’s “off the record” comments, via Fox News, then check out “Budweiser does it again! Super Bowl XLVIII Commercial ‘Puppy Love’.”
Here’s the video of the Atlanta mayor explaining himself to CNN.
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