"We want to send a very strong message to the Obama administration that Americans are saying enough is enough when it comes to ObamaCare," said Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel of the American Center for Law and Justice.
Sekulow said he expects to hear from thousands of dissatisfied Americans through the new website, which will collect names, email addresses and zip codes of Obamacare critics.
The ACLJ says it will share the feedback with Congress, before Health and Human Service Secretary Kathleen Sebelius testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee next week.
"We urge Congress to aggressively investigate this debacle – the roll-out of ObamaCare. The American people deserve answers from the Obama Administration and the American people deserve accountability."
Sekulow also said the ACLJ is exploring litigation strategy that will seek to protect Americans from penalties imposed by the Obama Administration for a product that Americans can't even obtain. "ObamaCare is failing. The health care website doesn't work. The costs are too high. And, the individual mandate is looming. With this new campaign, we are giving Americans an opportunity to voice their concerns."