ROBERT GIBBS: In the short term, as Peter said, they're just going to have to slog it through and fix the website. That's the key there. I think, longer term, in credibility, they're going to have to give people confidence, not just in health care, but in other aspects of government. And I think they're going to have to hold somebody accountable for the botched rollout and the website not working. Somebody at HHS or a group of people.
SAVANNAH GUTHRIE: You think somebody should lose their job?
GIBBS: I think if this were to happen in the private sector, somebody would have probably already lost their job, and I think the only way to restore ultimate confidence in going forward is to make sure that whoever was in charge of this isn't in charge of the long-term health care plan.