Videos: Obamacare Is Now A Mainstream Joke
In the early going, Obamacare has proven such a manifest failure that it has, at last, become one of the few (out of many) Obama-Administration missteps to make it into mainstream cultural consciousness as a complete joke.
Hereâs a segment from a Fox News affiliate in Florida that creatively uses a highlight reel of Obama stammers and goofs to illustrate just how difficult it is for regular people to understand the labyrinthine Affordable Care Act, with all of the Presidentâs post-launch fiat legislative changes and qualifiers. It aired on the local news (note how Dubya-like Obama sounds at the :48 marker when he finally spits out ânot a Breathalyzer.â)
Late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel has had his fun with Obamacare in the past, too. But he drove home the message that Obamacare is little more than a punchline when he asked the studio audience Tuesday whether anyone had actually signed up. Not a single person had:
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