Now try telling that promise to the growing number of Americans receiving health insurance cancellation notices in the mail. 140,000 in Minnesota. 140,000 in Michigan. 279,000 in California. 300,000 in Florida. 800,000 in New Jersey. Sadly, cancellation letters in more states are sure to come.
(Read more: Obama: Don't panic over coverage cancellations)
Adding to the outrage, NBC News reported this week the Obama administration knew for more than three years that millions of Americans would lose their existing health care plans, yet continued to promise the American people that if they liked their existing plan or doctor they could keep them.
Now President Obama and his allies are spinning that broken promise to include a gigantic caveat: You can keep your plan as long as his administration likes it. Translation: Washington bureaucrats know better than families and doctors what's best for their health care.
Playing the faithful foot soldier, Secretary Sebelius opened the hearing by asking the country to hold her, not President Obama, accountable for the failed Obamacare rollout. Exactly how was left unsaid. To the private sector, accountability means some type of action. To the Obama administration, accountability means more empty words.
(Read more: EHealth CEO: Let us fix Obamacare website)
Evidently, government is the only industry where one can spend $400-plus million on a product launch website and get away with it still not working more than four weeks after it was released to the public.
However, the Obamacare website is just the threshold of the problems to come. Imagine the same bureaucrats who have proven too incompetent to launch a functional website being in charge of centralizing our health-care system — one-sixth of the entire economy — in Washington, D.C.