In the space of one year there are zooms covering 16mm-200mm. Also, there are the excellent 35mm and 55mm primes. Next year promises more lenses. That is not "no lenses".
Be realistic. Just how many lenses can a company reasonably develop and roll out in the space of a single year? Sure, there are not a whole lot of choices right now, and I truly want them to speed up the new lens roll-outs, but it's crazy to expect them to have a complete lineup of everything from 14mm-800mm in one year.
I do think the platform's smaller size has some disappointing built-in lens limitations. For instance: will Sony be releasing zooms with constant f/2.8? That's a big lens on a tiny camera, so I'm not sure. They will be rolling out a new 35mm f/1.4 next year, so maybe the faster aperture zooms are coming. Just put everything in perspective: it's only been one year into this full-frame e-mount platform.