Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The dawning of the reality of Obamacare

Last night, in response to a question, Bookworm mentioned to a liberal friend, who happens to work in the insurance industry, two MSM articles on problems with Obamacare. One was on the rising premiums brought on by Massachusetts' version of Obamacare. The other was on the unsustainable costs of Obamacare. Bookworm writes (RTWT) of her friend:

My friend was shocked: “Why didn’t anyone tell us about this before?” I replied, quite mildly, “I did.” She had the grace to fall silent.

It turns out that my friend didn’t raise the issue randomly. The people in her insurance office are getting panicky because they’ve suddenly realized that they’ve entered the insurance Twilight Zone, where all the rules are upside down.

Democrats always seem shocked when they find out that the policies that they advocate might actually apply to them in the real world.

PREVIOUSLY on liberals' failures to apply the rules to themselves:
Environmentalists more likely to cheat: being a liberal means not having to follow the rules
The UN's global warming advocates vs. their own carbon footprint
Eco-hypocrite of the day: supermodel Giselle
The hypocrisy of ACORN and others on minimum wage
It is outrageous to make Hitler analogies, or not
Dems, taxes, and hypocrisy
Poll: Dems think it OK to cheat on taxes
The rules apply only to other people
The ever-increasing energy use of Al Gore's mansion
With five private jets, Travolta still lectures on global warming.
Dems supported enhanced interrogation.
UN humanitarian hypocrisy
Poster child hypocrisy
Edwards' hypocrisy toward the poor
Liberals bash gays

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