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People talking about the Chiefs loss who probably shouldn't be

Here is a non-exhaustive list of people talking about the Chiefs who probably shouldn't be talking about the Chiefs.

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First on the list is the White House.

"It got off to a very bad start with the website in October and November, and that was very discouraging to people," White House adviser Phil Schiliro said in an interview with Fusion's Jorge Ramos.

Schliro went on to compare ObamaCare to Sunday's AFC Wild Card football game, in which the Indianapolis Colts recorded one of the biggest comebacks in NFL postseason history against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Second on the list is Rush Limbaugh.

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