Problems with the Web site for D.C.’s health exchange are giving Congressional staffers a headache. So much so, the House is asking for a delay in open enrollment. “It’s becoming clearer by the hour that the D.C. Health Link website is failing as utterly as the nationwide Obamacare website,” House Administration Committee Chairman Candice Miller, R-Mich., told Washington Examiner’s David Drucker. “At this point, the House is doing everything possible to assist our employees and their families from losing health care coverage because of this deeply flawed enrollment process.” With just five days left of open enrollment, many House members and their staff were still unable to enroll as the site went down during a House Health fair Thursday.

One might have thought that after two months they could make this much smaller site work properly?