240 reasons why it’s OK to laugh at anyone who thought Obamacare was a good idea

I’ve updated my list of Obamacare criticisms. The list can be found at https://danfromsquirrelhill.wordpress.com/2013/09/24/obamacare-59/


February 24, 2014. Tags: , , , , . Health care, Politics.


  1. BGills replied:

    Of course the solution to all the “glitches” in Obamacare, can be found in the latest attempt to paint this failure, as a success.
    Now this administration wants to make it illegal, to link any negative consequences of Obamacare, to the law itself, under penalty of law.
    Sounds a lot like their answer to how they’ll remedy the targeting of Conservative groups by the I.R.S., by creating new regulations that make such targeting, not only legitimate, but a newly created function, and direct responsibility of the I.R.S.. So they’ll just be doing their jobs, and who can fault them for that?
    If you don’t like what Conservatives are doing, and they are clearly obeying the Law, make what ever they’re doing illegal, making them the criminals you’ve always claimed they were.
    If Liberals break the Law, simply rewrite the Law, to legitimize, and justify their actions.
    If anybody doesn’t like a new Law, just add a penalty clause that prohibits them from publicly criticizing it, or linking any negative effects to it.

    • Constitution Believer replied:

      So in other words the Libretards can make it illegal to make laws that are not in their best interest? BGills, you just became my new best est of best friends.
      Now they are bitching and moaning about how the GOP is spending millions and millions of dollars to keep them from taking over the house and Senate.
      Here is a quote from an email I get from the DNC, and anyone that receives newsletters from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee knows this is the truth and that it is not edited…….

      Friend — In the closest Senate battlegrounds, Republicans are outspending Democrats 3-to-1. That could give them control of the Senate.

      We believe we will be outspent. But that doesn’t mean we won’t win.

      Like we did together in 2008, 2010 and 2012, the DSCC is building a sophisticated voter turnout operation — a true grassroots campaign — that I know will pay off. But the time to fund their Grassroots Victory Project is ticking away.

      This month’s deadline is the most important we’ve faced yet. Unless we meet our goals, we won’t be able to place organizers on the ground in must-win battlegrounds.

      It’s moments like this that I need you to act. Will you pitch in $3 to fight a Republican takeover of the Senate before the deadline in just 72 hours?

      No matter how the odds were stacked against us, organizing — educating voters, registering young people, knocking on doors – is how we’ve always won when it counts.

      And that’s exactly how we’ll keep the Senate in 2014 and keep moving our country forward.

      I believe in this. And I believe in you, too. But this plan won’t stop Republicans from taking over the Senate unless you’re a part of it.

      Please pitch in $3 before the deadline in just 72 hours to stop a Republican Senate takeover.

      I don’t get enough opportunities to tell you how much I appreciate you, but you’ve always been there for me and I’ll never stop fighting for you. And right now I need you more than ever.

      Thank you,
      Barack Obama

      P.S. If we stop the Republicans from taking the Senate, it will be because of what you did today. Please contribute $3 right away — and help us close the gap before Friday’s deadline.

      So now you know they are scared and they are pulling out all the stops to gain the seats they want.
      The Libretards complain that we are spending money but never said a word when their messiah was spending tens of millions to get re elected in fact I remember Obozo laughing at us because we could not out spend him and that Romney was this and that.
      YET now that the shoe is on the other foot it is wrong.

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