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    Obamacare in one sentence

    Obamacare in one sentence

    Via Maggie’s Farm, h/t a reader.

    I’m liking it, although I still think I wrote the single greatest sentence ever.


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    LukeHandCool | September 6, 2012 at 1:37 pm


    Promiscuous thinking on Obamacare results in pregnant run-on sentence supporting war on women and opens up new front on brevity as the soul of wit.

    When the realms of fantasy and reality converge, you have then entered The Twilight Zone.

    Reality imposes harsh and progressive consequences for dreams of instant gratification. Let’s hope the Zone is more forgiving.

    Midwest Rhino | September 6, 2012 at 2:23 pm

    yeah, thank God for the promise that my rates will go down. I was a little worried after I found my catastrophic plan would not qualify, and that my pool of insured will now include pregnant women and their children, crazy people and their unending psych treatments, and drug addicts and the obese.

    I understand that hospitals that charge outrageously for these treatments have milked and butchered the Medicows, and they have to now tap the already happily insured. But I was getting a little worried that all those people could be put in my pool, (along with any that have pre-existing conditions, but wait till the last minute to sign up) and still my rates would go down.

    Bill Clinton assured me Obama IS a good man, but I’m a little worried about the meaning of the word “is”. Was he a good man when he forced Obamacare down our throats? Or IS he only a good man when he IS back stage smoking a cigarette? When he’s good he IS good, but when he’s bad he’s very bad?

    My rates are skyrocketing, like the price of gas, and the national debt.

    Pres**ent Obama likes to talk about “fairness,” a concept so amorphous that the word “fair” doesn’t even have an equivalent in some languages.
    Besides, who gets to define what is “fair” and what constitutes “fairness” ?

    I’m sure that Barack Obama would agree with me that a 80% tax on royalities from speeches and books by present and former government employees about their time in government is “fair.” Afterall, there comes a point when everybody has to stop taking.

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