There is no such thing as ‘Obamacare’

There is no such thing as ‘Obamacare’

Just switched on the GOP so-called ‘debate’, on MSNBC, during commercial breaks for The Mentalist. For anyone who really wants to learn something about the state of the nation, the latter is a better call btw.

Admittedly the GOP line-up is a luminous example of the depths to which self-aggrandizement can sink when joined with ignorance, fueled by aggression and bucks, and transmitted by television.

The creepiest element thus far is that they seem to think they have a winner in repeating the term ‘Obamacare’ ad nauseam.

Rep. Bachmann


Candidates like Michele Bachmann or Newt Gingrich or Rick Perry, of course, are  scarcely going to fault insurance companies for welshing on customers.

Horrible that they cannot pretend, do not even bother to pretend, to be more protective of the American people who have given this weird crew everything they have, jointly and severally. But this is what happens to individuals who select themselves for exemption from every principle of right or fairness. It is a form of lunacy.

Texas governor Rick Perry

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2 Responses to There is no such thing as ‘Obamacare’

  1. Linda says:

    Actually, both the liberals and conservatives refer to the health care reform act as Obamacare. It has become the acceptable “slang” term for the Act. Therefore, there is such a thing as Obamacare.

    If you prefer to split hairs, so be it, but it hurts no one to reference this as Obamacare.

  2. Rebecca says:

    Actually only Republicans refer to it as Obamacare, also no president can make and pass his/her own bill – that’s the job of the House and the Seenate. (you know, if you went to elementary school)

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