The ObamaCare Organizational Chart

Posted by: ST on July 31, 2009 at 8:38 pm

Good grief! If this thing doesn’t scare people off of ObamaCare, I don’t know what will. The smaller image below does not do it justice.

ObamaCare Chart


Jim Geraghty explains the history of the original devastatingly effective HillaryCare chart, this new chart, and the comparisons liberals have made to them and charts of the existing bureaucracy here.

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9 Responses to “The ObamaCare Organizational Chart”


  1. Yes, that will simplify access and cut costs, alright. @-)

  2. Ron Russell says:

    Leave it up to politicians they will always, “complicate the obvious and trivialize the momentous.”

  3. Carlos says:

    Hey, if the folks don’t pay attention to what His Hollowness is doing instead of what he’s saying, what makes you think they’ll try to understand this?

    Like public school students, they don’t care what the answer is, as long as it makes them feel good NOW.

  4. Leslie says:

    “It comes in colors everywhere . . . “

  5. Kate says:

    la la la la la la…..blah! This looks like some kind of Trivial Pursuit board game….or Health Care Pursuit, only we are rolling the dice with our overall good health.

    But according to what some have said the key is that bottom box titled Health Insurance Exchange, the plans the GOVERNMENT deems are appropriate from the private sector and the PUBLIC (i.e. government run) Plan. But really all those arrows pointing n all directions reminds me of Wiley Coyote’s ACME Exploding Doll diagram ala the Roadrunner cartoons…

  6. Neo says:

    This is going to leave a mark …

    The co-ops remind us all of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac,” he [John McCain] told anchor John King. “And so I have not seen a public option that, in my view, meets the test of what would really not eventually lead to a government take over.”

  7. Carlos says:

    The dirty little secret about the donks’ plan to tax (take your choice) “cadillac” insurance plans or all insurance plans is that 1) the insurance companies will raise rates until they still make an equal amount of profit per annum, and 2) there ain’t nuthin’ the guvmint can do about it short of taking over the entire insurance industry.

    Net result? His “no taxes on anyone making less than $250,000/year” is, one more time, just as truthful as all the rest of the Dumbo liar’s promises.

    But such drivel will only confuse public school grad AI lovers, so why bring it up?

    Hello! Is the RNC out there anywhere? And if you are, why does it take an unsophisticated country boy to figure this out for you? Or are you still carrying water for the jackasses?