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10 September 2012

Dr. Bellar: A Succinct, Humorous Explanation of ObamaCare Folly

Dr. Barbara Bellar, a Candidate for Illinois State Senate, summed up in one sentence much of the sheer folly of the Obamacare operation.  Of course, we now know from the Supreme Court decision that the Unaffordable Care Act is better called the ObamaUncaringTax.  Dr. Bellar is not only succinct, but also quite the comedienne.  Please take the time to enjoy her video:

http://youtu.be/vdnY8r7_fLw

4 comments:

JohnJEnright said...

Funny. I think she has my vote.

Charles R. Anderson, Ph.D. said...

John, you probably do not get the chance to vote for many good Illinois State Senate candidates there in Chicago. Perhaps some years ago you had the opportunity to vote for the opponent of one Barack Obama, but that did not work out very well. Of course, Chicago must have a few of the state senatorial districts and some may vote more wisely than did the one once represented by Obama.

Harry Dale Huffman said...

I haven't seen the video yet (I have a troublesome dialup connection), but my first reaction to making a succinct description of the Obamacare situation is:

"You can't repair a broken elevator by shoving more people into it. It will only go down -- and not in a good way."

Charles R. Anderson, Ph.D. said...

Harry, that is even more succinct, but Dr. Bellar is a bit funnier. Come to think of it, crashing elevators full of people are not funny at all.

Of course, the crisis of the Medicare and Medicaid systems as they would have been without the added burden of ObamaUncaringTax was never funny either.