I’ve been hanging on to a few for a while, but they’re pretty solid.
- Obamacare is the law of the land, which means we have to follow it…except when it harms Democrats’ chances of election. I don’t necessarily mind this; I just want the exceptions to be permanent, across the board exceptions. In other words, President Obama and I both agree that the law should be repealed; we’re just bickering about how long to repeal Obamacare.
- But hey, at least the law isn’t causing jobs to go away; President Obama knows because his Chicagoland tactics are making sure of it.
- Harry Reid says that a third of Americans are liars. Well, “almost all” of a third of the population…including Julie Boonstra.
- When you calculate how much this mockery of legislation costs, remember all of those failed state exchanges. Billions of dollars spent on non-functional websites; that sounds par for the federal government course.
- Obamacare “signups” were over 4 million a month ago. The problem is that this isn’t a number of how many people actually purchased a policy, how many people actually paid for a policy, and how many people who paid for a policy weren’t insured before Obamacare caused them to lose their insurance. In other words, that number is meaningless.
- Remember when the Onion mocked government? Unless this is deep cover sarcasm, the Onion has fallen a long way.