The 2 million Americans getting cancellation notices beg to differ.

Via Red Alert:

After receiving no acceptable answers about the failed Obamacare implementation from Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, comedian Jon Stewart was forced to consult Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-Fla.) — and the host essentially interrogated the Chair of the Democratic National Committee about the President’s healthcare law, as she tried her best to dodge his questions. […]

The host then shifted to Obama’s promise that people would not lose their current health insurance because of the Affordable Care Act.

“The President and the people that were talking about Obamacare really were very definitive that you would not have to change your healthcare plan if you didn’t want to,” he said.

“And here’s the thing, primarily, you don’t,” the Florida Congresswoman answered.

She pointed fingers at Republicans for trying to push the idea that people’s healthcare coverage was being cancelled. Using the recent Democratic buzzword, she said the insurance plans were “transitioning.” Stewart countered that the “Republican narrative” was not unreasonable.

“I’m just trying to get to the other part that I think is a reasonable criticism that I think deserves a better response than, ‘They’re terrible’ and all that,” the host continued.