Thursday, November 28, 2013

...on second thought...

As you spend time with loved ones this holiday season, be sure to talk with them about what health care reform can mean to them,
Are you sure that's a good idea, Michelle?

I mean do you really want people gathering in small groups to talk about what health care reform can mean to them, when what it's mostly meant to people so far is losing their coverage, cockups, 404 errors, glitches, and lies?

I mean, sure, from my point of view I think it's a great idea to get people talking to each other about what health care reform means to them, because all it's meant so far is more red tape and misery. As far as I'm concerned, you can Slim Pickens this bomb all the way to the ground.

Your husband's signature legacy achievement was barely out of the gate before it was a punchline for Leno and Letterman: Put that in your gravy boat and pour it.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's on barackobama.com. They didn't expect anybody but the faithful retarded to see it. Still astoundingly clueless; having your pothead undergraduate nephew tell you to bring your W2 to dinner isn't going to help, no matter how deeply HE believes.

http://www.barackobama.com/health-care-holidays/

Ed Jones said...

As an old SAC Bomb/Naver, I love the Slim Pickens reference.

Bleddyn said...

Gravy is far too unhealthy to be on her table. She'll have to put it in her soy milk boat.

Steve Skubinna said...

Oh, trust us, Michelle, we will be discussing Obamacare.

If your ears are burning, that will be is.

Robert said...

I think the people she wants talking about it are the ones that are going to be signing up for medicare, or getting a heavy subsidy.

Farm.Dad said...

And on a " related note " http://hotair.com/archives/2013/11/26/good-news-bloombergs-gun-control-group-offering-printable-placemats-for-thanksgiving-dinner/

Charles Pergiel said...

Gravy boat. Heh.

Anonymous said...

Mike in Oz

From what I've heard in you can't continue your present plan it is because it's not worth the paper it's written on. A dentist who thought she was covered read the fine print and found that her $46/month only covered costs within the A and E department and then only if the visit was due to an accident, not an illness.

mike

Tam said...

Mike in Oz,

Well, maybe you can come help explain to some of these poor dumb Yanks here what's really going on, then. I'm sure they'd appreciate your insight on their cancelled policies.