Mr. GARDNER. Mr. Speaker, about a week ago, one of the chief proponents of the President's health care bill in Colorado said this:
Your health insurance plan is being cancelled, and that's a good thing.
Yet President Obama said, If you like your health plan, you will be able to keep your health plan--period.
Over the past month, thousands of people around Colorado and this country have started receiving letters, notices, that their health insurance plans that they liked--that they were promised they would be able to keep--are being cancelled. We heard promises from the President that they could keep them, and yet here we are--cancellation after cancellation.
The House has passed legislation to keep the government open; but to make sure that ObamaCare doesn't continue to be the drain on our economy, let's do the right thing--let's pass a bill, fund the government--and keep ObamaCare from doing harm to the American people.