Unhappy Birthday

By RightKlik

This week's dubious distinction is the one year anniversary of Obamacare. Why aren't Obama and the Democrats cheering? The Wall Street Journal can think of at least one reason:
ObamaCare passed the House a year ago this week, and there's a reason that President Obama and its advocates aren't celebrating the anniversary. It's still highly unpopular—notwithstanding the tens of millions spent by Big Pharma, AARP, the federal government, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and liberal activist groups like Families USA to promote the bill.

Whatever politicians say, the American public instinctively understands that subsidizing health care for millions of people will be staggeringly expensive and only grow over time. But at least now CBO is starting to disclose how fiscally reckless government health care really is.

I hereby present a morbid song to mark this morbid occasion. Because Obamacare is evil...


Via Rep. Darrell Issa: Today, only 37% of Americans support ObamaCare. 59% oppose it. Happy 1st birthday? (POLL)

Senator Ron Johnson: My baby girl wasn't saved by a bureaucrat.

RINO Romney: "If I were president, on Day One I would issue an executive order paving the way for Obamacare waivers to all 50 states. "

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