Friday, November 29, 2013

Say, how did that Thanksgiving Obamacare "talk" with the family work out?

Via RightScoop:

The laugh is on Barack Obama, this year's Thanksgiving turkey. Of course, while we can laugh now, it's going to be tougher after Obama's destruction of medical care in the USA is complete.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Obama's Thanksgiving Turkey Joke

More comedy gold from the Obama regime designed to enliven your Thanksgiving holiday. The Clown Prince has ordered his minions to talk up the train wreck at family gatherings on Thanksgiving:

Loathe peaceful holidays? Detest the spirit of agreeableness and good will that tends to pervade during this time of year? Well, if you're longing for it to be 'tis the season of debates, irritations, and shouting matches, you're in luck: The Obama administration thinks the holidays are the perfect time to gather round and discuss … Obamacare.

Wow, that'll be a crowd pleaser.

Wary about the effect bringing up the most polarizing political topic among your relatives and friends who likely span the blue-purple-red spectrum will have? Don't be, because President Barack Obama's Organizing for Action has launched a website with helpful tips about how to have "the talk."

The tips including asking your family and guests coming over for the holiday to bring the information they'd need to sign up for Obamacare, because it's absolutely not awkward at all to tell someone you'd like him to bring wine and oh, his social security number and annual salary, too.

These folks live in a different world, but unfortunately they visit ours. Even worse they dragged along the Moocher's publicity team: Michelle Obama's 14 Obamacare talking points for Thanksgiving dinner. My advice for anyone having dinner with Michelle Obama is to stay well back while she is feeding, but sticking to the talking points:

Find a Quiet Place to Shop: You can start your conversation anywhere, but to shop for health coverage, you will want a more quiet, private place to make a phone call or use the internet.

Start by asking: “Have you thought about signing up for health insurance on the new marketplace?”

Offer to walk them through it: “Would you like to take some time with me to sign up right now?”

I guess no one told the Royal Family, but the phone call won't do you much good:

According to the administration, the sign-up call centers are scheduled to be closed for Thanksgiving. Holiday shoppers will instead have to navigate the rocky website.

And as for the Obamacare website: Obama Admin: Please Don't Use Obamacare Website This Weekend.

Hmmm, some good may come of this. While the family idiot(s) corral some unfortunate family member in the den for hours trying to register for Obamacare, everyone else will be able to peacefully digest their dinners. But watch out, because if they get through, the Obamacare victim will likely be suffering from massive sticker shock afterward.