503-errorOn Tuesday, June 17, former Secretary of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius attacked what she described as “hostile” right-wing opponents who sought to block the implementation of Obamacare.

But she didn’t stop there. She went further by implying that the broken Healthcare.gov website doubled the number of signups that a fully functional website would have generated.

According to the Daily Caller:

Sebelius only addressed her agency’s failure to create a working HealthCare.gov website on time with an odd rationalization, suggesting a working website would have decreased the number of sign-ups.

“Certainly I think better would’ve been a website that was fully functional day one, I would trade those eight weeks in October and November in a heartbeat,” Sebelius said, “Except someone said to me, ‘Would you like a smooth website and four million enrollees or a rocky website and eight million’ — I’ll take the eight million any day.”

Only in the wacky world of government does a broken website work better than a fully functional website. But it’s a world Sebelius seems totally comfortable living in because it’s also a world where failure is rewarded.

Not one to miss out on the fun, Obama pre-recorded a video for the occasion that was broadcast to the audience. He used the video as an opportunity to blame Obamacare’s failure on “billionaires.”

“We cannot let up now,” Obama said. “As we look towards 2015, we need you to keep telling your stories, keep spreading the word, keep standing up for folks trying to get coverage — because the other side has billionaires funding campaigns to scare the very people the Affordable Care Act would help.”

Of course, at every turn the Obama administration has tried to promote the success of Obamacare by pointing to the number of signups… while completely ignoring the number of people who’ve lost coverage due to the law.