Mike Huckabee If you want to see how the tide has turned for Obamacare, notice that HHS Sec. Kathleen Sebelius is no longer just being grilled by House Republicans. Wednesday, she got turned on the spit by the Democrat-run Senate Finance Committee. She denied that Obamacare needs to be delayed, claiming that the website can now handle up to 17,000 applications an hour with hardly any glitches. That’s the very definition of the phrase, “close enough for government work.” As for the security of your data, she admitted that felons may be hired as navigators, but we can depend on the contractors who helped create this Rube Goldberg washing machine of a website to take the same care in screening their hires that the government did. I know I’ll rest easy now. Incidentally, the head of Medicare/Medicaid tech services who was in charge of this project announced that he’s resigning to join the private sector. I’d suggest he see if Burger King is hiring. Finally, one of the most interesting moments was seeing Kansas Sen. Pat Roberts hammer Sec. Sebelius on whether she understands that this isn’t about glitches, it’s a rare life-or-death situation for Americans who are losing policies they depended on for vital medical care from specific doctors. She’s the former governor of his home state. Usually, there’s a certain amount of deference there, but not in this case. As Peggy Noonan’s new article in the Wall Street Journal and Ken Cuccineilli’s near-win in Virginia show, Americans are waking up to what some of us have been saying for weeks: the website fiasco was just the opening act.