I Would Not Say Such Things If I Were You

Posted on January 24, 2014 4:00 pm

An angry Nancy Pelosi corrected a reporter for saying “Obamacare”, huffing that “it’s called the Affordable Care Act!”.

Sure, and “train wrecks” should be called “locomotive calamities”.

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9 Responses to “I Would Not Say Such Things If I Were You”

  1. jw says:

    actually, in the old days (even before me) “train wrecks” were known as “cornfield meets”. honest.

    for now, i think anyone who believes that for obamacare there is a light at the end of the tunnel, be aware that it is an oncoming train.

  2. NoMoBama says:

    “We passed Obamacare — yes, I like the term — we passed it because I do care, and I want to put these choices in your hands where they belong,”

    Barry O

  3. Iowa Jim says:

    A congresscritter from San Francisco who can’t remember what number Joe Montana wore has no business correcting anybody on what a law is called.

    http://www.cnsnews.com/mrctv-blog/eric-scheiner/14-pelosi-gets-joe-montanas-number-wrong-i-love-numbers

  4. NoMoBama says:

    How about “The Unaffordable Obamadontcare Act? That covers everything.

  5. zzyzx says:

    A rose by any other name would still be a rose. Obama Care by any other name would still be as effed up as a soup sandwich.

  6. Denise says:

    Between passing Obamacare and passing a kidney stone, I’d go with the stone. At least the stone will go away. As for Pelosi, not knowing Joe’s number should disqualify her from office.

  7. Anonymiss says:

    Is the title of this post one of the quotable quotes on the Princess Bride post?

  8. Harvey says:

    @7 – I’m not sure if it’s on the poster, but bacon to you for catching the reference :-)

  9. Anonymiss says:

    @8 Yummy. Thanks. I like bacon :D

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