'I Can't Enroll' Site Challenges Obamacare Mandate

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Tthe American Center for Law and Justice has launched a new web strategy to challenge Obamacare and its individual mandate.

The ACLJ's ICantEnroll.com site encourages Americans to join their ranks to stop unconstitutional penalties and delay the individual mandate.

Meanwhile, the Obama administration sent the head of the White House Office of Health Reform to brief Congress Wednesday on the implementation of the health care law.

"I think the president needs to man up, find out who was responsible and fire them," Rep. Richard Nolan, D-Minn., said after the meeting. "You don't get many second chances to get a good first impression."

"Somebody should be held accountable," Rep. Xavier Becerra, D-Calif., said. "Absolutely."

Will anyone be held responsible, from the president to Kathleen Sebelius and on down? Seton Motley, president of Less Government, answers this and more on CBN Newswatch, Oct. 24.

However, only Democrats were invited to the briefing.

Republicans protested their exclusion, saying that in the name of transparency and accountability, the administration should brief them, too.

"This snub is all the more offensive after Secretary Sebelius declined to testify at a House hearing this week," Brendan Buck, spokesman for House Speaker John Boehner, told FOX News. "It's time for the Obama administration to honor its promises of transparency and face some accountability."

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