Happy birthday ObamaCare!

Posted by: Phineas on March 23, 2012 at 3:41 pm

**Posted by Phineas

You’re now in your “terrible twos,” and, boy, are you terrible!

Anyway, even though your political father is too chickensh… er… “modest” to mark the anniversary of you, his greatest achievement, there are others who care enough to mark the occasion and sing your “praises.” In fact, some people even made videos! Let’s turn down the lights and celebrate, shall we?

The first, from your friends at the NRCC, tells us what Grandma and Grandpa can look forward to, now that you’re going to take care of them:

(h/t Moe Lane)

Er… Well… Yeah. I’m sure they meant it in the nicest way.

Meanwhile, their buddies at the NRSC look back over what you’ve accomplished in the last two years:

(h/t Hot Air)

See? You done so much for to the country, and you have so much more to look forward to!

Especially when the Republicans take over in 2013.

(Crossposted at Public Secrets)

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9 Responses to “Happy birthday ObamaCare!”


  1. Drew the Infidel says:

    For the sake of brevity tell me one thing, just one, that Obhammud has done right. Don’t tell me killing bin Laden; all he did in the Situation Room was STFU while DOD and the CIA did their jobs, thereby “leading from behind”.

  2. Ken66 says:

    Shades of Hitler, who implemented govt-controlled health care too. Getting or being too sick to suit him was a good way to be euthanized. I wonder when Obama plans to start that too.

  3. Carlos says:

    Well, ya see, Ken, this will work ’cause Obhammud is so much smarter than Adolph was, an’ he’s got all those brilliant (illegal) czars to help him get it all started and such, and all them death panels ta help get ridda all them annoying old folk…he’s just got it in the bag, ya see?

    And that pretty much summarizes what it took Pelousy over 2,000 pages to say.

  4. Tom TB says:

    Maybe I’m paranoid, but I’m thinking that a man(BHO)who doesn’t have a living mother, father, stepfather, or grand parent, might not be too concerned with the longevity of the elderly…

  5. Carlos says:

    Just slightly borrowing a paraphrase, Tom, “Just because you’re paranoid doesn’t mean he’s not out to get you. Or me. Or everyone else not in his circle of thugs.”

  6. Mitch says:

    My fear is this: As Obamacare now moves past the two year mark, that Americans are going to accept it and get used to it and in doing so, all objection to it will fade into the past. We will be stuck with the monstrosity that is not really a healthcare bill at all. It is much, much, more. Even the people who voted for it and signed it into law never read it in it’s entirety. Twenty years from now, we will still find a hand grenade stuck between the words of some obscure paragraph. Eight hundred pages, right? For a Healthcare bill? It was voted in and passed by our worthless Congress over two years ago and legal beagles are still going over it finding new things two years later. Obama gave us many things, but two stand out for me. One, his ignorance of and the destruction of The Constitution. Two, Obamacare, which is not really a Healthcare bill at all. History will prove me right. The very day Obama was elected, will go down in History as the day the United States of America became a Communist nation.

  7. Carlos says:

    Voters have short memories, but fortunately something really bad about this legislative abortion comes up just about every month, which is pretty much the attention span of the average voter nowadays. That just might be our salvation from it, that the bill was written in such a manner by the obfuscaters who criminally pushed it through that the same obfuscation will be the death of it because it keeps it in front of the public.

  8. Great White Rat says:

    As Obamacare now moves past the two year mark, that Americans are going to accept it and get used to it and in doing so, all objection to it will fade into the past.

    Mitch, this is precisely why we must do all we can to keep it from taking root. If we can defeat Obama and move Congress back to the Constitution this November, then we have a chance. But we will have to make sure the new president and Congres keep faith with us and hold their collective feet to the fire. It MUST be repealed before the 2014 elections.

    If Obama wins, of course, it will be much much harder to undo his damage to the nation, and there you may be right. Not all of us will give up the battle, of course, but many Americans will slowly come to terms with it. The days when you didn’t have to go to a bureaucrat before you saw a doctor will become only a memory of a better time, like a sound dollar, or getting your oil checked when you got gas, or America actually trying to win a war instead of managing it. And people won’t like it, but they’ll shrug and say there’s nothing that can be done about it.

    And that’s why we have to do something about it THIS year, before any such thinking can spread.