Obama Warned Us – Wrong

Posted on April 2, 2014 2:00 pm

“Being sick is not doing something wrong. Everyone deserves health care.”

@BarackObama

“Now, not buying lousy insurance for too much money? THAT’S doing something *wrong*.”

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11 Responses to “Obama Warned Us – Wrong”

  1. AT says:

    Being sick is not doing something wrong. But it’s a personal problem. That is to say, it’s your personal problem.
    @AT

  2. Jimmy says:

    Oh, Barack and Nancy and Harry. Please take care of me because I can’t do it.

    uck the ucking uckers.

  3. FredKey says:

    If being sick is not doing something wrong, why do these people always want to control what we eat and whether we smoke? (Everything, that is, but the STDs; those you can get all you want and still be a victim.)

  4. Jimmy says:

    “Being sick is not doing something wrong. Everyone deserves to be sick, especially Republicans.”

    FIFY

  5. Oppo says:

    FredKey poses the key question.

    Obama:

    “Now try and follow my logic here.

    “Being sick is not doing something wrong.

    “(Ignore the fact that I claimed that trying to DO something about it IS wrong — for the uninsured, who I blamed for not paying their fair share. That’s just wrong, I told everyone.)

    “What is wrong is being healthy and not buying insurance. We have taxed that. It’s not a penalty. John Roberts compared it to a sin tax.

    “So, let me be clear. Being healthy is a sin. Doing nothing — not engaging in commerce — only makes it a criminal act, punishable by whatever the IRS decides to do. And we’ve seen their compassion for those they don’t like.

    “Furthermore, let me apply my straw man argument to another subject:

    Being jobless / homeless / burrito-less is not doing something wrong. (Non sequitur alert:) Everyone deserves a taxpayer-provided job, home, and burrito. . . and anything else you can think of that not having is not wrong.

    Any questions? I didn’t think so. Goodbye.”

  6. Oppo says:

    ” . . . Oh, and trying to do something about being sick is wrong for those who DO buy insurance as well. That’s why we have taxed what we call ‘Cadillac plans.’ Because they’re not fair to those who don’t have them, and therefore racist. Congress and unions excepted, of course.

    “Bye, again.”

  7. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    …….but SOME people deserve it sooo much, they don’t even have to pay for it!

  8. Fred Key says:

    Great job, Oppo! Hey, that burrito sounds good — with govt cheese, too!

  9. Tater Salad says:

    How about getting wounded or killed by yet ANOTHER nutjob at Fort Hood in Texas? It seems that while ON the base you must be DISarmed. Step off the base, onto good ol’ Texas soil and good luck getting away with something like that. And the Commander in Chief is off fundraising and couldn’t care less.

  10. Oppo says:

    You’ve got that right, Tater Salad.

    Time Traveller: “Soldiers on a Texas army base don’t and they keep getting shot and killed because they are unarmed.”

    George Washington and George S. Patton, in unison: “WHAT?!?”

  11. Oppo says:

    {“don’t” = “don’t carry weapons.”}

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