On ObamaCare's Fifth Anniversary, America is mourning the devastating effects. Cancelled plans, higher costs, smaller doctor networks, dysfunctional websites… and all for what? Many ObamaCare enrollees had different coverage before, coverage they liked and could afford without government assistance. And most of ObamaCare’s newly insured (89 percent) have been added to the Medicaid rolls, not private insurance. In the end, ObamaCare has only expanded government, spurred on premium increases and over-standarded what should be very personal: our health care. Reform was — and still is — necessary, but ObamaCare isn't health reform; it's just a long list of broken promises.