Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius was among the “losers” at Tuesday’s Democratic National Convention, according to Chris Cillizza of the Washington Post. “Her speech at the convention was remarkably flat, and she rushed through both her planned applause lines and ‘big’ finish,” Cillizza wrote. “Just not very good.” Earlier Tuesday, Sebelius had poked fun at Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan for recently misstating that he ran a marathon in 1990 in less than three hours when it was actually more than four. “I must confess, I do not do an under-three-hour marathon,” joked Sebelius, a dedicated runner. “Anyone who starts with the notion that you have to make up your marathon time tells you all you need to know about Paul Ryan.” Ryan has acknowledged his mistake, blaming the passage of time and confusion relating to a back injury in his 20s.
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