Skip to comments.Delay ObamaCare Till the 3016 Election
Posted on 03/08/2014 5:37:53 PM PST by Trafalgar123
President Obama just ordered yet another delay of ObamaCare, to hide its damage till after the 2016 election. Clearly, Democrats dont want it, Republicans hate it, and the American people despise it yet it remains the law.
So I have a simple suggestion. Congress should unanimously vote to delay ObamaCare till after the 3016 election.
The logic is impeccable. A thousand years should be enough time for the Republicans to get their act together (if we get lucky). And by 3016, even Nancy Pelosi will have retired, assuming she ran out of bat blood transfusions.
Democrats can still boast of their once-in-a-millennium legislative achievement. And Americans get to keep their doctors, if they like their doctors, for the next thousand years.
Whats not to like?
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I ALL for it!
it may take that many years for the stench to fade away
It's not good, but is workable.
3016 seems appropriate.
Gonna take that long to develop a vaccine for it.
I agree let Philip J Fry and Dr Zoidberg figure it out.
Delay until 4016. 3016 is too soon.
In the meantime, they can get the kinks out of the web site, hopefully it will be ready in time for 3016.
In the worst scenario, should the web site not be ready, whomever is POTUS in the year prior is welcome to issue another delay by EW (Exec Whim).
The Democrats can mess around with Obamacare all they want. The one SURE thing about Obamacare is that the middle class is going to pay more taxes for it.
If Obama can delay parts of it, then the next president or Congress could delay it for 100 or 1000 years. That would be perfectly legal based on what Obama has already done.
By then, they'll have invented a time machine and they'll just send it back to us!
LOL a thousand years of peace.
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