Obamacare’s too expensive for ya? Cancel your cable, peasant!
Once again, America, you’ve really let King Barry down.
On March 6, 2014, President Obama conducted a town hall meeting with Spanish-language media regarding the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. He was asked about the concerns of many Latinos that the law is simply too expensive. He suggested that some families may be spending too much on cable television or cell phones, and not enough on health insurance.
“I don’t know his particular circumstance…” Since when has that ever stopped you, genius?
Clearly, this guy acted stupidly. He’s actually making choices for himself and his family. Um, this is America, pal!
People must be forced to buy something they don’t want or need, just like it says in the United States Constitution. And if they don’t like it, it’s a great excuse for yet another condescending lecture from the Best President Ever.
Remember how Obamacare was going to be save people money? Well, stop remembering that.
If you think you can take care of yourself, you picked the wrong time and place to be born. Now shut up, racist. Shut. Up.
Update: These idiots are beyond parody.
— OFA MO (@OFA_MO) March 11, 2014
Update: Nineteen THOUSAND!!
— John McCormack (@McCormackJohn) March 11, 2014
Update: The feedback I’m getting indicates that some people don’t quite understand what Obama is doing here. Please note that this caller didn’t say anything about cable TV or cellphones. He just said he can’t afford Obamcare. Obama is the one who’s suggesting that this guy is wasting his money on luxuries, based on no evidence at all. He’s deflecting the criticism back on the critic. It’s a cheap trick, but it works.
He’s doing what he always does: Blaming everybody but himself. Don’t fall for it.